Non-Monetary Motivation and Teachers’ Performance in Secondary Schools in Waa- Bari District in Mogadishu, Somalia

ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was to establish the relationship between motivation and performance of teachers in secondary schools of Mogadishu Somalia. The study objectives included to determine the motivation of teachers in secondary schools of Mogadishu Somalia, to establish the performance of teachers in secondary schools of Mogadishu Somalia and the third objective include effect of motivation on performance of teachers in secondary schools of Mogadishu Somalia. The study independent variable was motivation which was measured by promotions, job security and learning and development while the dependent variable was teacher‘s performance was measured by teaching, marking of examination scripts, guiding and counseling. The study adopted a survey research design based on qualitative and quantitative research approaches; the data was collected majorly through the questionnaire administration for 202 teachers. The results reveal low motivation of teachers in the schools. The study first objective finding reveals that the motivation of teachers in the schools was poor mean (2.44). The second objective findings were that the performance of teachers in the schools was low with mean of (2.43).The third objectives reveal that there is a significant relationship between motivation and performance of teachers in secondary since the sig. This finding can be seen in the r-values of 0.413 and a significant value of 0.000. The study concludes that motivation among the teachers in the secondary schools was low and need to be enhanced. The financial motivations should also be improved to support the business environment among the teachers in schools in Mogadishu. The second research objective provided that the performance of teachers in the secondary schools of Mogadishu was poor, the researcher conclude that the performance through marking and administration need to be enhanced through management of the teachers authority to enhance management. On the third research objective, the study conclude that motivating the employees improve their potential of the performance of the teachers, from the findings the researcher conclude that there is need for a focused mind on the state of the motivation to improve the teachers performance in the secondary schools. Motivation need to take the dimensions of financial and non financial enhancement in order to provide means for improving the teachers performance in the schools. The first objective, the researcher recommend:- that the ministry of Public Service should work out incentive packages to increase teachers‗ motivation to teach in primary schools. Special attention should be put at increasing teacher‗s salaries because majority of them (teachers) complained about the inadequacy of their salary to meet their needs. Increasing teacher‗s salaries will increase their morale to teach. Accommodation needs to be provided to the teachers to enable them live near schools since many of them reported to be living far away from their schools. Communities should be assisted by the government to put up decent teachers ‗houses so that teachers live within the schools and thus reduce lateness and absenteeism. The second objective recommend that there is need for supervision by the ministry of education and Sports especially through Education Standards Agency should be strengthened and circuit supervisors are more regular to stop teachers from participating in secondary employment. On the third objectives, the study recommends that teachers need to be motivated to perform the work tasks for the business undertaken through motivation and improvement of the work tasks. 

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ADAM, A (2022). Non-Monetary Motivation and Teachers’ Performance in Secondary Schools in Waa- Bari District in Mogadishu, Somalia. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/non-monetary-motivation-and-teachers-performance-in-secondary-schools-in-waa-bari-district-in-mogadishu-somalia

MLA 8th

ADAM, ABDULLAHI "Non-Monetary Motivation and Teachers’ Performance in Secondary Schools in Waa- Bari District in Mogadishu, Somalia" Afribary. Afribary, 07 Oct. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/non-monetary-motivation-and-teachers-performance-in-secondary-schools-in-waa-bari-district-in-mogadishu-somalia. Accessed 20 Apr. 2024.

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ADAM, ABDULLAHI . "Non-Monetary Motivation and Teachers’ Performance in Secondary Schools in Waa- Bari District in Mogadishu, Somalia". Afribary, Afribary, 07 Oct. 2022. Web. 20 Apr. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/non-monetary-motivation-and-teachers-performance-in-secondary-schools-in-waa-bari-district-in-mogadishu-somalia >.

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ADAM, ABDULLAHI . "Non-Monetary Motivation and Teachers’ Performance in Secondary Schools in Waa- Bari District in Mogadishu, Somalia" Afribary (2022). Accessed April 20, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/non-monetary-motivation-and-teachers-performance-in-secondary-schools-in-waa-bari-district-in-mogadishu-somalia