Effects of Gender Sensitivity and Teacher’s Morale on the Teaching Performance of Teachers

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EFFECTS OF GENDER SENSITIVITY AND TEACHER’S MORALE
ON THE TEACHING PERFORMANCE OF TEACHERS

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A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School

Malolos City

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In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of
Master of Arts in Education Major in
Educational Management

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by

MAY 2011
CHAPTER I

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction The traditional roles of men and women can be described in terms of their responsibilities and tasks. Men are the head of the family; the breadwinner, they are career-oriented, strong and powerful. Women, on the other hand, are responsible for preparing day-to-day meal, cleaning the house, sewing dresses, bearing
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Likewise, in no case shall discrimination be made against applicants who are differently abled persons”. Clearly, our laws stated that gender sensitivity has no place in the educational setting but we must not rely on these laws because there could always be loopholes in implementation. Another aspect that administrator/s must seriously regard is teacher’s morale in relation to their performance as teacher/s. Thus, gender and morale analysis must be done to examine the real status of men and women in our society in terms of their roles as educators.

Statement of the Problem The general problem of this study is: How do gender sensitivity and teacher’s morale affect the teaching performances of teachers? Specifically, this study seeks to answer the following questions: 1. How may the profile of the respondents be described in terms of : 1. age; 2. gender; 3. civil status; 4. family income; and 5. number of children 2. What is the extent of application of gender sensitivity to the teachers: 1. recruitment; 2. performance appraisal; and 3. merit system? 3. How may the level of morale of teachers be measured
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