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|Title:||واقع إدارة الوقت لدى مديري المدارس الثانوية في ضوء معايير الجودة : دراسة ميدانية بمحلية الخرطوم|
|Authors:||الصـادق النـور علي|
|Publisher:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية|
|Citation:||جامعة إفريقيا العالمية - عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر - كلية التربية|
|Abstract:||The aim of the research is to know the reality of time management among high school principals in the light of quality standards and to reveal aspects of deficiencies in time management and to address these aspects with them. The researcher used the descriptive methodology, collected data and information by using questionnaire of 53 paragraphs and interview tools. He applied at a random sample consisting of 50 of the 156 principals of Khartoum locality, and that is 32% of the total number. The researcher interviewed 13 of the specialists in the field of educational and school administration; he analyzed statistically the questionnaire according to the statistical systems (SPSS). The research reached the following results 1- The principals of secondary schools in Khartoum locality are interested in setting goals in their administrative work and practicing time management in light of the goal setting standard by a ratio of 54%. 2- The principals of the secondary schools in Khartoum locality arrange the tasks according to priorities and practice time management in light of the standard of task arrangement by 58%. 3 - The principals of secondary schools in Khartoum locality try to avoid postponing their work, and practice time management in light of the criterion of avoiding postponement by 54%. 4 - The principals of secondary schools in Khartoum locality divide time in exercising their administrative work and practice time management in light of the standard of time division by 38%. 5. - The principals of secondary schools in Khartoum locality practice administrative delegation as a method of investing time and getting rid of inappropriate tasks by 56%. 6- The principals of secondary schools in Khartoum locality are not interested in allocating time to communicate with the local community and parents. 7 - There are obstacles preventing schools from achieving their goals, including lack of experience, weak training in the field of school administration, lack of capabilities and material resources, poor living conditions for teachers, and the failure of educational departments to set times for school competition programs and courses. 8. Poor usage of computers and modern means of communication by managers. The previous results led to the following recommendations: 1- School principals should be trained on time management skills and computer skills. 2- Secondary school principals should set aside time to communicate with local communities and parents. 3- To avoid wasting time, the Ministry of Education and the educational departments should set a clear program and specific times for all extra-curricular activities, quarterly and yearly.|
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