Effect Size for Model of the Influence of Headmasters Leadership on Teacher Task Load and Teacher Job Satisfaction of Special Education Integration Program

1Mohd Norazmi bin Nordin


The leadership of school administrators led by the headmaster plays a very important role in determining the success of a school. Their leadership style, attitude, knowledge, experience and qualifications are elements that influence the task load and job satisfaction of teachers. This situation also applies to the Special Education Integration Program (SEIP). Leadership effectiveness ensures better achievement of special needs students (SNS). This study was conducted to test the effect size of headmaster leadership on the factor mediator of teacher task load and job satisfaction. This study uses quantitative approaches in the process of data collection and analysis. The questionnaire was distributed to 400 respondents consisting of special education teachers across Malaysia is randomly using Google Form. The data obtained were analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using AMOS 21 software. Based on the structural model, effect size was tested by looking at Standardized Regression Weight when the construct was acting as a single predictor. The findings show that the effect size of the construct of the task load of teachers on the leadership of the headmaster and the job satisfaction of the teachers is within the range. At the end of the study, a leadership theory was proposed to help school leaders lead SEIP-based schools.


Teachers Job Satisfaction, special needs students, special education leadership, structural equation modelling

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IssueIssue 10