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Organizational Commitment and Motivation in Promoting Change in Teaching Practices among Elementary Teachers

Volume: 106  ,  Issue: 1 , August    Published Date: 07 August 2022
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 412  ,  Download: 259 , Pages: 209 - 218    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001061820223741


# Author Name
2 Agripina F. Banayo


The researcher determined the perceived level of organizational commitment and motivation in promoting change in teaching practices among elementary teachers. Descriptive - correlational research design was utilized. The respondents of this study were one hundred fifty three (153) elementary teachers in fifteen (15) schools of Tiaong District, Division of Quezon. Survey questionnaires through Google forms were used. The researcher used statistics such as mean and Pearson product moment correlation. The significance was tested at the 0.01 probability level. Overall, based on the data gathered, the extent of manifestation as perceived by the respondents in organizational commitment obtained a mean of 4.35 and SD of 0.58 with a verbal interpretation of highly manifested, and the extent of manifestation in organizational motivation got a mean of 4.37 and SD of 0.67 with high manifestation as interpretation. Meanwhile, the respondents' perceived level of the related factors of teachers' change in teaching practices- teaching skills, knowledge, and concept is indicated by an overall mean of 4.37 as "highly manifested." Specifically, as to developing pupils learning (4.41-highly manifested), facilitating learning (4.38-highly manifested), and fostering a positive attitude toward learning (4.38-highly manifested). The findings gathered in the study led to the formulation of a conclusion that organizational commitment in terms of affective, continuance, and normative commitment and organizational motivation in terms of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are significantly related to teaching practices in terms of knowledge skills and concept, facilitating learning, developing students learning and fostering a positive attitude. Therefore, the hypothesis is not sustained.


  • Organizational Commitment
  • Organizational motivation
  • Teaching Practices
  • Change