MOTIVATION AS INDICES OF ENHANCING TEACHERS OUTPUT IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Keywords:Motivation, Index, Enhance, Teachers Output
This study aimed at identifying and examining the effects of motivation on teacher output in Government Secondary in Ideato-North L.G.A of Imo State. The purposive sampling technique was employed to select 75 principals to whom a 20-item self-constructed questionnaire was administered. Descriptive statistics (percentages and frequencies) were employed to answer the three research questions while inferential statistic (one sample t-test, 2-tailed) was used to test the one hypothesis at a 0.05 level of significance. The findings revealed that boasting teachers’ morale, promotion of teachers, good work environment and cordial interpersonal relationships positively influenced teachers’ output. It was therefore recommended that principals should strengthened in-service training facilities for teachers; appointment into posts of responsibilities should consider qualification, experience and personal skills of the teacher concerned; and that trust, confidence, delegation of power and shared decision making should be encouraged amongst principals.
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