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Title: TEACHER MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE: A STUDY OF TAMALE METROPOLIS IN NORTHERN REGION OF GHANA
Authors: Ziblim, Abukari
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: This study sought to examine teacher motivation and performance within the Tamale Metropolis. It looked at teacher motivation strategies or packages, challenges, and opportunities the metropolis present teachers. A cross-sectional design was adopted for the study. Quantitative and qualitative data were obtained from secondary and primary sources through an extensive review of literature, interviews, questionnaire survey and focus group discussions. The data gathered were analyzed using the SPSS programme, narrative statements and descriptive statements. The study revealed the best teacher award, recognition, promotions, incentives, and salaries among others as motivation strategies in the Metropol is. Teachers' challenges are; inadequate incentives, poor in-service training, accommodation difficulties, large class size among others. These demotivate teachers and therefore work against high output from teachers in the Metropolis. Easy access to distance learning programmes, social amenities, leT and financial institutions are some of the opportunities teachers enjoy. These facilitate teachers' work in the Metropolis. Teachers' performance indicators include; scheme of work, lesson notes, class exercise, class control and actual lesson delivery. Teachers were observed to be weak in some but strong in others.
Description: MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY IN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1990
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Planning and Land Mangement



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