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TEACHERS’ WORK VALUES IN RELATION TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN PADRE GARCIA NATIONAL
HIGH SCHOOOL PADRE GARCIA, BATANGAS

CRISTINA M. DE MARANAN

· Volume IV Issue III

ABSTRACT

This study was conducted to determine the relative importance of teachers’ work values in relation to students’ academic performance in Padre Garcia National High School.

The researcher employed the descriptive method of research and utilized the questionnaire as the main data-gathering instrument. The weighted mean and t – test were the statistical tools applied in the treatment of the data. The respondents involved in the study were 56 teachers and 316 students selected randomly in Padre Garcia National High School, Poblacion, Padre Garcia, Batangas during the school year 2015-2016.

The study revealed that the teachers of Padre Garcia National High School manifest hedonism and benevolence at all times while performing their tasks with their students. Oftentimes, they exhibit self-direction, stimulation, achievement, power, security, conformity, tradition, and universalism. Teachers and students agreed upon that the academic performance of the students were affected by teacher who manifest independence in catering their profession, enthusiastic and optimistic, enjoys teaching, grow continually, control class with authority, observe classroom management, follow school rules and regulation, value Filipino culture and tradition, demonstrate compassion and kindness, and consider the welfare of the people in every action they do.

The results showed that there was a very significant difference between the assessment of female and male respondents on the motivational effects of teachers’ behavior and characteristics on the academic performance of students in Science.

Keywords: work values, morals, ethics

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