Effectiveness of Motivational Techniques as Perceived by Secondary School Teachers and Students
Keywords:Motivation, Motivational Techniques, Secondary School Teachers
The aim of this study is to assess the perceptions of teachers and students regarding the effectiveness of motivational techniques used at the secondary school level. The nature of this study is descriptive. The researchers employ a simple random sampling technique to choose the sample for this study. Researchers utilized two questionnaires (one for teachers and one for students) to collect data from the respondents, which were developed on a five-point Likert-type scale. 663 respondents were selected, out of which 359 were female teachers and students and 304 were male teachers and students. The study's essential findings expose that teachers' positive feedback, rewards, and friendly behavior play a pivotal role in motivational techniques. The study's major recommendations were that teachers motivate students so that they accept the honor for their efforts and use the most recent and advanced teaching techniques to make lessons more engaging.
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