Supervisors lead other teachers in instruction to make them as effective as possible. Abstract: The primary objective of the study was to explore the instructional supervision practices of secondary school heads in Maguindanao 1 Division. The process and purpose of principals’ instructional supervision have been debated by teachers, administrators, higher education scholars and legislators (Ikpe, & Jonathan in Etuk, Etudor-Eyo, & Etor, 2015). The following vignette is a fictional account of what might happen,based on the strongest evidence of best practices, if ideal implementation of instructional leadership transpires at the central office level. INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION PRACTICES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL HEADS IN MAGUINDANAO 1 DIVISION Maria Lucila Siva-Sumapal, MAEd ; Marilyn G. Billones, PhD. The major challenges that primary school instructional supervisors come across while implementing instructional supervision was multiple. supervision of instruction and other educational services. Instructional supervisors‟ effort in liaising schools/clusters with various organizations, community groups and other interests in matters that affect quality education were also insufficient. ABSTRACT Schools in developing countries including Zimbabwe face a host of problems related to the twin concepts of poor classroom instruction and low student achievement. instructional supervisory strategies that can deal with the lesson delivery capacities of teachers and poor performance of students of developing countries should be intensified. They can also be used to validate good practice. According to (Boaduo, 2011a, Glanz, 2010), developing countries face common Co-Observe They also lead teachers in developing and implementing an effective plan of instrution. The leadership practices embedded in the indicators and descriptors of this rubric are specifically designed for instructional supervisors, and are tied to the indirect •but vital role they •have on school-based leaders and their practices that directly impact student achievement. Justification of ISP It is the initial indicator of PASSA. Instructional Supervisory Plan is a detailed in-service education and leadership set of activities or actions that a principal or supervisor takes to promote growth in students learning. They provided more clarity and detail on instruction over the entire course of the school year. Cloud … In any school organization especially the public secondary school setting, Keywords: Supervision, instructional supervision, clinical supervision Background of the Study The greatest need of instructional leaders of this century is expeditious conformity with instructional practices that will fast-track healthy and productive school environment. It is one of the duties and responsibilities of a school head. Supervisor . commitment to provide instructional leadership to its participating schools to maximize the likelihood of the program’s success. The increasing complexity of teaching demands more help from supervisors and thus increases the complexity of the leadership role. This study was therefore principally directed at investigating the instructional practices of Zimbabwean school heads of schools. Inadequate knowledge/ background of concerned officials on supervisory practices. Instructional leadership is one of the most important roles of supervisors. ... 1. preparation of supervisory plan: instructional needs, focus for week or thrust, supervisory activities, schedule, teachers ... they receive from their school head ; and subject supervisors. Portfolios can include learning activities, assessments, unit plans, examples of student work, and other forms of evidence to improve instructional effectiveness.