Teacher Motivation

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Research Proposal Presented to the Gaduate School of UEW For the award of Mphil Educational leadership Teacher Motivation and Student Achievement in Senior High School By: Gordon Gyasi Yeboah Jnr Teacher Motivation and Student Achievement Senior High School Students ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, 2011 Dissertation Author: Stephanie S Hayden Abstract: Motivation has been used to encourage teachers as well as students themselves to increase students' academic performance. Although research on motivation is extensive, few researchers have examined teachers' perceptions of teacher motivation and its impact on student achievement. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to identify how mathematics…show more content…
................25 ii Teacher Motivation Impact on Student Achievement ................................................26 Performance Pay Primer for Teacher Motivation ......................................................34 Teacher Motivation and Work Environment ..............................................................37 Teacher Morale and Student Achievement ................................................................38 Teacher Effects and Impact on Student Achievement ...............................................44 Teacher Motivation and Student Achievement on Standardized Tests ......................47 Teacher Quality and Work Motivation .......................................................................51 Summary ........................................................................................................................55 Section 3: Methodology .....................................................................................................57 Introduction ....................................................................................................................55 Research Questions ........................................................................................................58 Rationale for Qualitative Tradition ................................................................................58 Rationale for Choosing a Phenomenological Study Method .........................................59 Population
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