The Selection of Outstanding Teachers to The Ranking Determination of Professional and Intellectual Managerial Performance

Rismita Rismita, Ihsana El Khuluqo, Istaryatiningtias Istaryatiningtias, Akbar Nadjar Hendra


The purpose of this study is to analyze the Selection of Outstanding Teachers to the Ranking Determination of Professional and Intellectual Managerial Performance in the Department of Education Region II of the City Administration in Jakarta Barat. The research method used is quantitative research. The sampling technique is purposive sampling as many as 91 teachers divided according to level of education from KINDERGARTEN to Upper Secondary School and Vocational education, the Data used primary data is data obtained directly from respondents. The results obtained by the three data categories (high, medium and low). The third category of data describes the various factors that affect the ability of the management professional and intellectual teachers among the demands of interpersonal of the profession, carrying out the task of teaching a high quality produces professional development, encouragement and motivation from leaders in the school, and a special confidence in the development of professional, as well as using the four dimensions (the assessment of emotion-self, appraisal of emotions of others, use of emotion, and emotion regulation) in improving the performance of teachers and the determination of the personal goals of the teacher in the achievement of academic achievement.


Outstanding Teacher; Professional; and Intelectual

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