Instructional Leadership Framework in the New Normal Education


  • Christopher DC. Francisco Marcelo H. Del Pilar National High School, Malolos, Philippines.



Instructional, Leadership, New Normal Education, Framework


Leadership, in general, is about influencing other people towards the actualizing of the organizational goals and objectives. In this paper, it emphasized the situational leadership and how could be applied in a more realistic sense and vital in any educational institutions. This paper used qualitative-hermeneutical approach in the sense that it extends various instructional leadership framework or model in the new normal education. Results revealed that: (1) A Situational Leader is a very flexible leadership. In this sense, this leader could be able to manage a diverse environment, community, and individuals; (2) Path-goal theory of leadership maximizes the capabilities and potentials of each members in order to achieve the organizational goals which means to say that the leader of this kind might have a very healthy environment where all its members work together and open for collaborations until the end; (3) Leadership and culture are two important elements in every organization because a leader must be sensitive enough to respect the relativity of each culture in the organization and yet leading it towards schools’ excellence; (4) Leadership and ethics also play a vital role in the organization in the sense that a leader must possess integrity and truth. This leader also has a heart for its members where he or she is able to care for its members. He or she also preserves the dignity of the whole organization. It was recommended that leaders in the new normal should be flexible and willing to accept changes, leaders should maximize potentials, sensitive to one’s culture, and ethical in term of their commitment towards the attainment of quality education despite pandemic.




How to Cite

Francisco, C. D. . (2020). Instructional Leadership Framework in the New Normal Education. Instabright International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1), 01–13.