Motivation as Pedagogical Technique for Teachers: A Cross Comparison Between Public and Private Sector
AbstractPaper mainly aims to diagnose the uses of teacher’s motivational techniques for secondary grader students. It also provides importance of motivational techniques for the betterment of student’s academic enhancement. It provides a clear comparative picture of public and private teachers about the use of motivational techniques to get the required objectives for students learning. It is evident from research studies that qualification and salary packages of government teachers are for better than that of private teachers, but the output is reverse. Keeping in view these issues the researcher conducted research on this topic. This study was carried out on a sample of 654 students from both public and private institutions. For data collection a three point rating scale was developed and administered by the researchers themselves and by post also from some institutions. There were twenty (24) statements and 18 main aspects in the questionnaire to test the designed hypotheses. Validation of the instrument was ensured by taking opinion from different experts in the field. As the basic purpose of this study was the investigation about the use of motivational techniques in public and private institutions, therefore, descriptive statistics were used to draw results. For data analysis purposes SPSS software was used. The findings narrated that teachers of both the sectors do not create intrinsic motivation among students. They also show anger and punish students during teaching. Findings also disclosed that teachers do not present models as a helping material which is a good academic technique for students to motivate them for learning.
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