The Professional Competency Teachers Mediate the Influence of Teacher Innovation and Emotional Intelligence on School Security

Sri Rahayu, Nurul Ulfatin, Bambang Budi Wiyono, Ali Imron, Muh Barid Nizarudin Wajdi


The qualified educational institutions are qualified for the effectiveness, efficiency and productivity, and those are the responsibility of leaders to pioneer, create and encourage the growth of the quality culture in schools through the leader who have the mind far ahead, the leader who is able to handle the change and create the educational renewal toward the quality so that the school achievement can be achieved effectively. The school effectiveness is influenced by the external and internal factors, so a review of the teacher professional competencies needs to mediate the effect of the teacher innovation and the emotional intelligence on school effectiveness. The samples of this research are 333 Civil Servant teachers (PNS) of the State Elementary School in Malang City and the data analysis using in this study is Structural Equation Models (SEM). The result shows that there is an effect of the innovation and the emotional intelligence on the teacher professional competence and school effectiveness. The teacher professional competence is able to mediate the effect of the teacher innovation and the emotional intelligence on the school effectiveness.


Teacher innovation, Emotional intelligence, Teacher professional competence and the School effectiveness

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