The Effect of Competencies, Emotional Intelligence, and Teacher Professionalism on Motivation and Performance International Standard School Piloting In Junior Secondary Public School In East Java

Abstract

The study aims to test and analyze the effect of competence, emotional intelligence, and teacher professionalism on motivation and performance of International Standard School Piloting in Junior Secondary Public School in East Java

This study is an analysis with a sample as many as 296 teachers of International Standard School Piloting in Junior Secondary Public School in East Java. This data analysis is using Structural Equation Modeling.

The results of analysis showed that: (1) Competence has directly negative effect and not significant on motivation, (2) Emotional Intelligence has directly negative effect and not significant on motivation, (3) Teacher professionalism has directly positive effect, and significant on motivation, (4) Motivation has directly positive effect and significant on performance, (5) Competence has directly positive effect and not significant on performance, (6) Emotional Intelligence has directly positive effect, and not significant on performance, (7) Teacher Professionalism has directly positive effect, and significant on performance.

 

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