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Job Satisfaction and Teaching Performance of Multigrade Teachers in the Schools Division of Zambales: Basis for Faculty Development Program

Christian E. Cariaso

Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the relationship between job satisfaction and teaching performance of multigrade teachers as basis for faculty development program. The descriptive correlation design was used and a survey method was applied for the investigation. A total of 77 respondents was derived from the 33 public multigrade schools. The greatest frequency of the multigrade teachers belonged to the age bracket of 26 to 35, female, married, bachelor?s degree holder, handling grades 5 and 6 in mountain schools, and Teacher I position. Multigrade teachers were satisfied with the motivation and hygiene factors of job satisfaction. They obtained a Very Satisfactory Rating based from the Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) evaluated by their school heads. There was no significant relationship between overall teaching performance and motivation factors of job satisfaction. Also, there was no significant relationship between overall teaching performance and hygiene factors of job satisfaction. However, there was a significant relationship between overall teaching performance and hygiene factors of job satisfaction in terms of administration and supervision. It is, therefore, recommended that multigrade teachers should be engaged in dialogue about their current situation to see clearly the type of support they are lacking.

Keywords: Hygiene factors, job satisfaction, motivation factors, multigrade, faculty development program

Country: Philippines, Subject Area: Education

Pages: 750 - 756

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 3, March 2019

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Christian E. Cariaso, "Job Satisfaction and Teaching Performance of Multigrade Teachers in the Schools Division of Zambales: Basis for Faculty Development Program", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i3/show_abstract.php?id=ART20195982, Volume 8 Issue 3, March 2019, 750 - 756

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