Teacher Motivation and Perception of Effectiveness of Curriculum

Namita Kumari1 & Fr. Thomas Perumalil S.J.2

1Mother’s International Teacher’s Training Academy, Phulwarisharif, Patna.

Email: namita.educ@gmail.com

2Xavier College of Education, Digha, Patna

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DOI: 10.25274/bcjms.v7n2.v7n2sc01

Abstract

Teacher motivation is a point of concern for educationists, education planners and school managers. There are several theories dealing with teacher motivation from different viewpoints. The present paper is a short survey concerning the kind of opinion that motivated teachers have regarding the effectiveness of curriculum. The survey was conducted in a private CBSE-based school of Patna. The survey showed a medium positive correlation of 0.35 between teacher motivation and teachers’ perception of effectiveness of curriculum. This implies that while it is true that motivated teachers in general have a positive opinion about their curriculum being effective, it is not so always. A small number are not very confident. This might be because they might be looking towards further possible improvements.

Keywords: Teacher Motivation, Teacher’s Perception of Curriculum

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