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Title: The impact of teachers’ motivation on students’ academic performance in Kenya certificate of secondary examination (KCSE) in Habaswein Division in Northeastern Province
Authors: Osman Mumin, Hussein
Keywords: Teachers’ motivation
Students’ academic performance
Issue Date: Nov-2008
Publisher: Kampala International University, School of Education
Abstract: This study was carried out to find out the impact of motivation of teachers on students’ performance in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in Habaswein Division, Wajir South District of North Eastern Province of Kenya. Data was collected through the use of interviews, observation and questionnaires. This research adopted descriptive and analytical research design. Both qualitative and quantitative research methods were used to analyze data on the topic of the study. The study involved a sample of 80 respondents that is 20 teachers and 60 students. These were all involved in the school curriculum at different levels. The study found that most of the teachers appreciated the value of motivation for teachers at all level and had relations to students’ performance. However, accessibility to these motivation factors has always been hindered by several factors ranging from administrative point of view and also teachers’ point of view. In conclusion, the study found that motivation was a key factor to students’ success and therefore a number of recommendations were made as presented in .
Description: A research report submitted to the institute of open and distance learning in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the bachelor’s degree in education science of Kampala International University
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