The role of head school leadership in the Technology utilization (Study at Rex Mundi senior high school, Manado-Indonesia)
Aniata, Henny N Tambingon, Martinus Krowin
Facing the challenges of the millennial context of the industrial revolution 4.0, a school principal is required to be able to utilize information technology optimally in making effective the implementation of duties as a leader and manager in an education unit. This requires that the principal has the ability (competence) in the field of information technology, especially learning technology as a means of supporting the performance of the principal to more effectively carry out the implementation of the principal's tasks related to the principal duties and functions of the principal. The approach used in this study is "naturalistic qualitative" because this research was conducted in a natural situation or in a "natural setting" and most of these methods collect data that are qualitative and do not use measuring devices (Nasution, 1994: 5). In this study, researchers try to find and find theories based on data collected, not testing hypotheses based on certain theories, but rather discovering patterns that might be developed into theories. This research was conducted at the Rex Mundi Catholic High School in Manado on Jalan Samratulangi street City of Manado. Based on the findings and discussion of research on the principal's leadership in the use of technology in the Rex Mundi Catholic High School in Manado, the following research conclusions are drawn:1. Principal's leadership in the use of technology in the Rex Mundi Catholic High School in Manado. Overall the principal's leadership in utilizing technology has not been maximally implemented and utilized.