Assessing the Impacts of Motivational Techniques used by Primary Level Teachers on the Performance of Students in District Quetta
Keywords:Extrinsic Motivation, Intrinsic Motivation, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Self-Determination Theory
Current study intends to discover the impact teacher’s motivational techniques on students’ academic performance. Here motivational techniques used by the primary school teachers were measured in relation with the academic performance of primary level students in district Quetta. In this research work various research questions, objectives and hypotheses were formulated. Data was collected from respondent teachers with the use of probability sampling techniques. Sampling size was based on 58 schools at primary level including both genders from which 101 teachers and 237 students were taken. The author used interview and questionnaire for collection of the data. The data were analyzed using SPSS. The findings of the study revealed that teachers’ appreciation via incentives and rewards can enhances the motivation and commitment towards job. The author of the study took total 58 schools from which data is collected in the shape of teacher’s questionnaire, student’s questionnaire for the quantitative method and teacher’s interviews for qualitative method, data is collected over all with mixed method.
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