Zalina Binti Zakaria, Siti Noor Binti Ismail, Kamaruddin Bin Hassan
Abstract: According to Malaysian Education Blueprint 2013-2025, Distributed Leadership was suggested as one of leadesrship style should be practices among head teachers at primary and secondary school to enhance the school improvement. Besides that, professional learning community were identified as a technicques to improve teachers professional development in teaching and learning. The main purpose of this study is to identify the influence distributed leadership practices towards the level of Professional Learning Community implementation in Kelantan Secondary school. This research used quantitative methods using questionaires that were distributed randomly to 371 reSDondents involved teachers from Kota Bharu secondary school. The Distributed Leadership Readiness Scale (Gordon, 2005) were used to measure the principals leadership practicers while the Professional Learning Community – Revised instrument (Oliver & Hipp, 2010) was used to measure the PLC practicers. The data were analyzed using SPSS version 25.0 (Statistical Package for Social Sciences for Windows Version 25.0). The findings reported that were significance relation between distributed leadership practices towards the PLC implementation in Kota Bharu Secondary School.
Keywords: Distributed Leadership, professional learning community, teachers commitment, continuous professional development