Motivation and teachers performance at Kioge primary school Masocho zone Kiisi district Nyanza province Kenya

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Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
This study set out purposely to determine the effect of motivation on teacher performance at Kioge primary school Masocho zone Kiisi district Nyanza province Kenya. Specifically the study intended to establish the motivation practices undertaken at the Kioge Primary school, find out the factors that affect teacher's performance at Kioge primary school and to find out the relationship between motivation and teacher performance. The study made use of a cross sectional research design and a sample of 20 teachers were selected out of the 31 working at the school using random sampling. Data was collected using the survey methods with the questionnaire as a tool. Data was analyzed using descriptive analysis techniques that make use of tables and frequency counts. Findings of the study revealed that salaries and wages take a large portion of the motivation for the teachers, teacher are not offered training opportunities and or funding to improve on their performance. The study recommends the use of different motivation procedures to cater for need of all teachers at the school a combination of which is assumed to bring about a positive attitude towards work leading to an improvement in performance of the teachers
A Research Report Submitted to the Institute of Open and Distance Learning in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of a Bachelor of Education Arts of Kampala International University
Motivation and teachers performance, Kioge primary school Masocho zone Kiisi district Nyanza province, Kenya