PEDAGOGICAL AND MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP IN TEACHING PERFORMANCE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
MarÃÂa Tirado-CalderÃÂ³n*, Teresita Merino-Salazar*, Carlos Tirado-CalderÃÂ³n**, Yolanda Tirado-CalderÃÂ³n***, Amparo Tirado-CalderÃÂ³n****
This article of review of theoretical information aims to carry out this exploratory research that covers the variables of managerial pedagogical leadership and good teaching performance is to describe and explain what is the relevance of managerial pedagogical leadership in good teaching performance? The relevance of pedagogical leadership comes to be the role of the management staff to manage effective and efficient strategies that manage to interpose quality teaching to students through interaction with their teachers, which being in synchronization with institutional objectives and goals achieve good teaching performance. For the collection of information, the search for these variables was made through some keywords such as leadership, management, performance, teacher and educational management, where various documents could be collected both in indexed journals, scientific articles, theses and reference texts. In addition to various opinions of different authors that support the analysis of bibliographic review of this review article recognizing the relevance of managerial pedagogical leadership in good teaching performance. Finally, it is possible to conclude that there is an important relationship with respect to pedagogical leadership on good teaching performance, since through this research it was possible to determine that leadership in a director of an Educational Institution plays a primary role for the educational quality of its students, which is to instruct all its teaching staff with the institutional objectives set at the beginning with the achievement of goals and objectives.