COMPARATIVE FACTORS AFFECTING JOB SATISFACTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS TECHNICAL TEACHERS (A CASE STUDY OF AKOKO SOUTH WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

CHAPTER I

Background of the Study

In the educational development of any nation, teachers occupy a prominent position hence, the writer’s choice of this topic was motivated by the need to improve the teaching profession by the government, which is seen as a first step towards the development of education in this state particularly and Nigeria in general.

Every Government expects effective teaching and learning in school and this to a large extent depend on adequate preparation by teacher, which in turn is a function of satisfaction derive from teaching and favourable attitude toward the profession.

There have been complaints about the general decline in the standard of education which is as a result of absence of commitment and dedication to duty, general apathy towards teaching, indiscipline and poor condition of service.

The relevance of job satisfaction is crucial to the long -term growth and any education system around the world. They probably rank alongside professional, knowledge and skill, centre competencies, educational resources and strategies give as the variable determinants of educational success and performance. Professional knowledge,    skill and centre competencies occur when one feels effective in one behavior.

(Filak and Sheldon, 2003)- The above factors are closely similar to efficacy, and, of course, it is well known that many teachers lose or fail to develop self-efficacy within educational setting (Dweck, 1999)-in addition, need satisfaction and motivation to work are very essential in the lives of teachers because they form the fundamental reason for working in life while almost every teacher work in order to satisfy his or her needs in life, he or she constantly agitates for need satisfaction. In this context is the ability of the teaching job to meet Teacher’s needs and improve their job/ teaching performance. Teachers are expected to render a very high job performance and the ministry of education is always curious regarding the job performance of the teachers.  Also, the ministry of education demands a very high measure of loyalty, patriotism, dedication, hard work and commitment from its teacher (Ubom & Joshua, 2004). Similarly, the roles and context of educations motivational method and tools cannot be under emphasized because high motivation enhances productivity which is naturally in the interest of all educational system (Ololube, 2004).

Statement of  the Problem

Technical education has been a tool to eradicate joblessness and to make students self-employed after their graduation. It’s the frame work and engine room of natural development. The importance of technical education cannot be overemphasized in our society.

Be that as it may, technical education in our secondary schools is been handled lack at lackadaisical or nonchalant attitude. Teachers are not interested to teach the nitty-gritty and rudiments of technical education. And this could be trace to the level of job satisfaction the teachers have.  Therefore this research work intends to investigate the comparative factors affecting the job satisfaction of technical teachers in secondary school.

Purpose of the Study

The purpose of the study was to explore and explain job satisfaction in relation to Nigeria teacher’s satisfaction for school effectiveness. The primary purpose of the research was to test this ideal in the education environment.

Significance of the Study

The study shall contribute to teacher’s need, satisfaction and effectiveness to teaching in secondary technical schools. On the level of job satisfaction of secondary school technical teachers may wish to transfer their service from other section of work to secondary schools.

The study will be of benefit to both the teachers and the students in technical schools.

Research Questions

  • Do the technical teachers in secondary school derive job satisfaction based on school location?
  • Is there any difference in the level of job satisfaction between male and female secondary technical teacher?
  • How satisfied are secondary technical school teachers that are married compared with their unmarried counterpart?
  • Is there any difference between graduate and non-graduate of secondary technical school teacher?

 

 

Research Hypothesis

  • There is no significance difference between the level of job satisfaction of experienced and inexperienced secondary school technical teachers
  • There is no significance difference in the level of job satisfaction between male and female secondary schools technical teachers
  • There is no significance difference in secondary technical school teachers that are married compared with their unmarried counterpart
  • There is no significance difference between graduate and non graduate of secondary school technical teachers.

Delimitations of the Study

The study is delimited to teachers of introductory technology in Akoko South West Local Government. It does not centre on other teachers who teach other subjects like Physics, Chemistry or Agric Science.

 

 

 

 

This Project is is available for the below list of Nigerian State capitals.
Abia Umuahia, Adamawa Yola, Akwa Ibom Uyo, Anambra Awka, Bauchi Bauchi, Bayelsa Yenagoa, Benue Makurdi, Borno Maiduguri, Cross River Calabar, Delta Asaba, Ebonyi Abakaliki, Edo Benin. Ekiti Ado Ekiti, Enugu Enugu, Gombe Gombe, Imo Owerri, Jigawa Dutse, Kaduna Kaduna, Kano Kano, Katsina Katsina, Kebbi Birnin Kebbi, Kogi Lokoja, Kwara Ilorin, Lagos Ikeja, Nasarawa Lafia, Niger Minna, Ogun Abeokuta, Ondo Akure, Osun Oshogbo, Oyo Ibadan, Plateau Jos, Rivers Port Harcourt, Sokoto Sokoto, Taraba Jalingo, Yobe Damaturu, Zamfara Gusau, FCT Abuja.

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