Interaction Effects of Teachers’ Job Satisfaction and their Self-Efficacy on Teaching Performance
The study aimed at investigating job satisfaction moderating effect between teachers’ self-efficacy and school performance. Teachers’ job satisfaction was deemed to affect the strength of relationship of teachers’ self-efficacy and schools’ performance. A total of 231 high school teachers accomplished questionnaires on job satisfaction and teachers’ self-efficacy. According to results obtained, a high degree of self-efficacy manifested among teachers to accomplish their tasks and to attain a consistent and better job performance. Teachers’ self-efficacy also directly affects their performance and is moderated to some degree of influence by job satisfaction. A significant effect between teachers’ self-efficacy and teachers’ performance was established. It is recommended that teachers should be given enough attention based on their extrinsic needs aside from strong motivational and moral support. A school-based program to increase job satisfaction was also recommended.
Keywords: self-efficacy; teacher’s performance; job satisfaction; high school teachers
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