English Teachers’ Perception on Educational Supervision

Dion Wildan, Abdul Asib, Dewi Rochsantiningsih


The objectives of this study was to describe what factors influence the English teachers’ perception on educational supervision. This research was a qualitative study using purposive sample. The research was conducted in the three senior high school which had different accreditation in Kalirejo, Lampung. The data were collected from the interview and observation with three English teachers, each of them represented from different school. The data the researcher had included were all about what factors influence the English teachers’ perceptions on educational supervision in Kalirejo, Lampung. All the subjects in this research had been supervised before, thus they could describe the factors influence their perceptions on educational supervision. The result of the research showed that not all aspects in internal and external factors could affect their perception on educational supervision. The teacher who taught in the lowest accreditation school had to struggle to give the best performance to her students, since her school lacked the facilities to support teaching learning process.


English Teacher; Internal Factors; External Factors; Perception; Educational Supervision

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v5i3.319


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