Teachers’ Perception of Job Environment on Professional Effectiveness

  • Amalu Melvina Nkemdilim
  • Ajake Uchenna Egodi
  • Abang J Isangedighi

Abstract

A survey data collected from 600 secondary school teachers and 2400 senior secondary school students from 60 out of the 230 public secondary schools in Cross River State were analyzed to determine the influence of teachers perception of job environment on their lesson presentation, use of instructional aids, classroom management, evaluation of students, learning motivation, supervision of co-curricular activities, professional and personal qualities. The result of the data analyses showed that the job environment has a significant influence on 3 dimensions. (lesson presentation, classroom management and evaluation of students) of professional effectiveness. Based on the findings, some recommendations have made.

Keywords: perception, job environment, professional effectiveness teachers, Cross River State

LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 9(2), 41-48, 2012

Author Biographies

Amalu Melvina Nkemdilim
Department of Educational Foundations,Guidance and Counselling,University of Calabar.Nigeria
Ajake Uchenna Egodi
Institute of Education,University of Calabar, Nigeria
Abang J Isangedighi
Department of Educational Foundations,Guidance and Counselling,University of Calabar.Nigeria
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