MOTIVATIONAL LEVEL AND WORKABLE PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY TEACHERS IN EASTERN SAMAR, PHILIPPINES
The main objective of this study is to determine the level of motivation and work performance of secondary teachers in Eastern Samar, Philippines. A total of 302 respondents the researcher utilized a survey questionnaire with descriptive correlational research design. To analyze the data, mean scores, percentile rank, frequency count, and Spearman rho correlation coefficient will be used with a 0.05 level of significance. Findings revealed that the level of motivation of secondary teachers in Eastern Samar is high motivating with a 3.51 mean score. The work performance of secondary teachers in Eastern Samar is very satisfactory with 77.82% or 235 and 22.18% or 67 for outstanding performance. There is a significant relationship between the variables (spearman rho = 0.515; p-value = 0.26). However, to encourage secondary teachers to motivate more in the workplace there is a need to provide financial assistance and harmonious relationships with their co-teachers and school administrators. It is highly recommended to provide necessary technical assistance for the development of the teaching and learning process. School administrators should have quality assurance in terms of teaching strategies to motivate them to learn more in the field of education. Future researchers may conduct a similar study to validate the results of the study.
Level of Motivation, Work Performance, Secondary Teachers, Education.