TEACHERPRENEURSHIP, PASSIVE INCOME ACCUMULATION AND TEACHER PERFORMANCE IN THE DIVISION OF LAGUNAJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.8, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2020-05-21
Authors : Vilma A. Ching ED. D; Master Teacher I;
Page : 742-753
Keywords : Teacherpreneurship Passive Income Performance Net Salary;
Teachers play a crucial role in the lives of their students. As what Mazzer and Rickwood (2015) stated, teachers are considered to have the power and opportunity in determining issues regarding their students mental health and welfare. According to the study conducted by Muguongo, et. al. (2015), it was revealed that the basic pay, allowances, and work environment implicate teachers job satisfaction on a large scale. It was also found out that teachers chosen to be the respondents of their study were highly dissatisfied with all aspects of compensation that they receive. This may be the reason why some teachers opt to find other sources of income.This study aimed to determine the relationship between the teacherpreneurship and the passive income of teachers in the Division of Laguna to their perceived performance in the workplace.The research design used in this study was of the descriptive type, coupled with correlational research design. This research is a descriptive-quantitative study where survey questionnaire was utilized as the main data gathering instrument to collect the necessary data from three hundred fifty-four (354) selected secondary school teachers in the Division of Laguna.The findings revealed that the respondents perceived performance in terms of their innovativeness, ethical awareness and obedience, motivation, adaptability, commitment, diversity, learning capacity, and advocacy are exhibited by the teachers at a very high extent. On the other hand, the teachers level of job satisfaction was observed to be of high extent.The null hypothesis stating that the net salary has a significant relationship with the perceived performance of the teachers is partially rejected for the teachers job satisfaction was found to have a significant correlation with their net salary. A significant relationship between the teachers motivation and commitment was revealed to have a significant correlation with their teacherpreneurshipandpassive income, as well.Necessary recommendations on the teachers increased cognizance on how to effectively manage their teacherpreneurship and passive income accumulation and on the school heads constant monitoring of the teachers management of the said activities were provided in this study.
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