Performance of In-service Basic Education Teachers Of Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

Abstract

In-service teachers with family responsibilities perform better in diversity of learners, community linkages, and personal growth and professional development; those holders of master's degree and who were assigned in district 4 have better teaching performance in curriculum; master teachers perform remarkably in learning environment, diversity of learners and curriculum; and those who are compensated with higher salary grade manifest higher teaching performance in learning environment, diversity of learners and curriculum. The higher the teaching position, the higher the level of teaching performance in learning environment, diversity of learners, curriculum, and planning, assessing & reporting and overall performance; and, the higher the salary grade, the higher the level of teaching performance in social regard for learning, learning environment, diversity of learners, curriculum, planning, assessing & reporting and overall performance. The salary grade of the in-service teachers is a powerful predictor of their remarkable teaching performance in social regard for learning, learning environment, diversity of learners, curriculum, and planning, assessing and reporting while their gender predicts their excellent performance in dealing with diverse learners.



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Bonimar Tominez, Nueva Vizcaya State University, Philippines
Leila Dela Cruz, Nueva Vizcaya State University, Philippines

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Conference: ACE2013
Stream: Education

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