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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY  The importance of teamwork in any organization's development cannot be overstated. The definition of a school as an organization is one that has common aims and is connected to the outside world (Davis, 2004). Members of a school should work together as a team to develop the school by utilizing the existing resources (Babyegeya, 2002). A excellent school should have a strong and effective collaboration. The hallmarks of a good school, according to Hallam (1996), include a sense of community, a pleasant atmosphere, a wide vision of education, an appealing setting, a sense of purpose, and a self-critical posture. These attributes contribute to high-quality education, which may be achieved when instructors work together as a team. Teamwork among teachers is a key technique for achieving the country's educational goals. Teamwork creates a sense of belonging, and education stakeholders should collaborate and aid one another to solve, improve, and boost school efficiency (Brown, 1991). In classrooms, teachers work alone with small groups of students. The instructor might use the teamwork method to demonstrate the benefits of collaboration and instill a new sense of cooperation and collegiality in the students. Teachers will be able to think more creatively and effectively at a school that is a learning organization if they have a stronger capacity to think collectively and use people's characteristics in a more creative and effective way (Whitaker, 1998). Collaboration, solidarity, and interdependence are stressed in teamwork. Teachers in schools are important in every way and should be treated with respect. This provides a humanistic management style, in which instructors are encouraged to participate in decision-making, delegate responsibilities, and be dedicated to their jobs (Nafukho et al., 2011). Teamwork is made up of elements that demonstrate a sense of direction, attention to process, procedure, awareness of time, commitment, success, demonstration of high-level communication skills and interaction, and personal qualities such as being open and honest, speaking directly, and appreciating others' efforts (Whitaker, 1998). In Nigeria, expanding education has entailed increasing the number of students enrolled in schools, which should be accompanied with the provision of high-quality education. Teachers who work together guarantee that all students participate completely in achieving educational goals, such as personal, social, economic, political, cultural, and moral goals (Hunter, 1998). As teachers execute education policies, higher level education involvement, particularly the formation and practice of teacher cooperation, is one means of enhancing the education system. Secondary school instructors are expected to improve their performance in order to create marketable pupils in a competitive world, since the educational system changes on a daily basis in response to scientific and technological advancements in terms of diverse cultures, people, and systems.  Consequently, teachers have different thoughts and feelings about how to deal with these difficulties. Teachers may be interdependent through cooperation, but today's complex learning cannot be developed by a single person hence all major educational issues cannot be handled efficiently  without team work (Levi, 2010).  This is supported  by Dyer and Dyer, (2007) who opine that school is similar to an industry in which students are given skills, knowledge, and attitudes in order to transform science (skills) into technology and productivity, and this is one of the main reasons why the government established a public school system. Therefore, teachers should be developed as human resources in education, and teamwork is the solution to these educational goals. 1.2     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Despite the government's and other education stakeholders' attempts to build and practice teacher collaboration in schools through various seminars, meetings, and workshops, it has been noticed that establishing and practicing teacher teamwork in schools remains a struggle.  It is been observed that team work is one of the major impediments to efficiency among employees, it affects their output and also organization total output. According to Ekpenyong (2019) this continuous to show disunity, selfishness and lack of love among essential human resources, educators, has obstructed effective teaching and learning,  result to student poor performance, increase school conflicts and low quality education prevail. Although many studies has been conducted in the area of teachers motivation, teacher qualification and commitment, very few or little has been done to analyze the establishment and practice of teamwork of teachers specifically in secondary schools. Therefore the study presents an  analysis on the factors affecting the  practice of teamwork  among secondary school. 1.3     OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY The main objectives of this study is to analyze the factors affecting the establishment and practice of teamwork of teachers, specifically the study intends to: i.          Identify factors limiting the establishment and practice of teamwork of teachers in secondary schools. ii.        Ascertain whether school leadership style  poses a challenges  on the establishment and practice of teamwork among teachers in secondary schools. iii.      Investigate the significant effect lack of teachers team work poses on secondary education. iv.      Determine the appropriate strategies on the establishment and practice of teamwork of teachers in secondary schools. 1.4     RESEARCH QUESTIONS

The research is guided by the following question constructed in line with the research objectives:

i.          What are the factors limiting the establishment and practice of teamwork of teachers in secondary schools? ii.        Does school leadership and management style  poses a challenges  on the establishment and practice of teamwork among teachers in secondary schools? iii.      What are the  effect lack of teachers team work poses on secondary education? iv.      What are the appropriate strategies towards  the establishment and practice of teamwork of teachers in secondary schools?

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