Motivational Factors Influencing the Teaching Performance of Teachers in Tuy District Batangas, Philippines

Rosalia L. Rodriguez1 Mario A. Cudiamat2
1Jose Lopez Manzano National High School, Tuy, Batangas, Philippines
2Calatagan Senior High School, Calatagan, Batangas, Philippines

DOI: https://doi.org/10.54476/iimrj281

 

ABSTRACT

 

This study aimed to analyze the motivational factors influencing the teaching performance of teachers in Tuy District, Batangas, Philippines. It utilized the descriptive-quantitative method. One hundred eight (108) teacher respondents were all taken from the population of all Secondary School teachers in Tuy District. Frequency, percentage, weighted mean, standard deviation, spearman rho (rs) and IBM SPSS AMOS 26 were used in the data analysis. Meanwhile, the findings revealed that the teachers are mostly female, have salary grade (SG) 11 and are always motivated in terms of their profession, health wellness, social relationship, and personal attributes. They also have very satisfactory ratings in their Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF). A learning and development framework was proposed to strengthen the teaching performance of teachers in Tuy District.

Keywords: motivational factors, teaching performance, Individual Performance Commitment Review Form, descriptive-quantitative, Tuy, Batangas, Philippines

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