RELATIONSHIP OF TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS, TEACHER STRESS AND TEACHER COMMITMENT WITH DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF CREATIVE MANAGEMENTJournal: SRJ'S FOR HUMANITY SCIENCES & ENGLISH LANGUAGE (Vol.5, No. 25)
Publication Date: 2018-02-04
Authors : Deepa Sikand; Amit Kauts;
Page : 7107-7122
Keywords : _Teacher effectiveness; Creative management; Teacher commitment; Teacher stress_;
The present study was conducted to study the relationship of teacher effectiveness, teacher stress and teacher commitment with different dimensions of creative management. In order to conduct present study 450 teacher educators with doctorate degree and without doctorate degrees, with different levels of experience were selected from 45 selected colleges of education taking 10 teachers from each institution were selected randomly. Creative Management Scale prepared by the investigator, Teacher Commitment Questionnaire (Amit Kauts and Aachal Kalia, 2012), Teacher Effectiveness Scale (Mutha, 1982)and Teacher Stress Questionnarie (Otto (1983) and Adapted by Max Smith and Sid) were used as tools for the present study. The findings of the study revealed that there is significant relationship in the teacher stress and creative management. It means managerial creativity will contribute to the reduced stress among teachers in the teacher education institutions. It is also found that there is no significant relationship in the teacher effectiveness and creative management. This means that the different dimensions of creative management i.e. expertise, creative thinking, intrinsic task motivation and managerial creativity has no direct influence on teacher effectiveness and vice versa. Another finding is that there is no significant relationship in the teacher commitment and creative management. This means that the different dimensions of creative management i.e. expertise, creative thinking, intrinsic task motivation and managerial creativity has no direct influence on commitment of teachers.
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