The impact of teacher motivation on student performance in Uganda: a case study of Nansana Town Council, Wakiso District

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Kampala International University,College of Education
This study expounds the impact of teacher motivation on student performance in Uganda; A case study of Nansana town council, wakiso district. The purpose of this research study was to critically examine the influence of teacher motivation on student performance in secondary schools in Uganda but researcher used Nansana town council to act as the a representation of the whole area of study for deeper investigation.. This study was guided by three main objectives the general one being; to investigate on the impact of teacher motivation and student performance in Nansana town council Wakiso district. Chapter two of this study expounded on the literature review which involved the articles and citations of the other researchers about this topic. Chapter three of explained the methodology that the researcher used to carry out this research study. Chapter four and five included analysis, presentation and discussion of the study and the conclusion was that it is true that social-economic factors really influences student academic performance.
A research report submitted to the faculty of education open and distance e- learning in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of a Bachelor of Arts with Education of Kampala International University
Motivation, Teacchers, Academic performance