This study examines the effects of
instructional leadership behaviors on teacher efficacy.
The literature review examined influenced the nature
and implementation of this study. The focus is at the
elementary level examining the perceptions of teachers
towards principal and teacher efficacy. This research is
primarily based on survey design method. The
respondents of three secondary school as census method
so the population was of six school only. Among all the
full-time teachers of elementary level of the institutional
secondary schools of Godawari, Municipality-11,
Lalitpur district, 36 teachers were selected (as
determined by the sampling formula) randomly as the
sample. It was found that there were significant
difference between principal instructional leadership
and teacher efficacy.The findings of this study should
add new dimensions to the educational research on
instructional leadership and teacher efficacy. It should
serve as a force for educators to examine their practice
and craft with respect to instructional behaviors and
their effects on efficacy.
Instructional Leadership, Efficacy, Perception, Behavior, Elementary Level.