Available Online: 5 January 2022
Abante, Don-Don M.
San Pascual National High School, Philippines (email@example.com)
One of the relevant factors to make teachers be satisfied and committed in the school they are working with is to have positive attitude towards their work. Their positive attitude and performance may be affected by the internal or external factors. This study is conducted mainly to know the attitude of teachers in San Pascual National High School towards work in terms of a) job satisfaction and b) commitment. Moreover, this study aims to know the factors that affect the teachers’ attitude towards work. The respondents included are sixteen (16) teachers who represented the eight (8) departments. The researcher employed an in-depth interview among the respondents to gather the necessary data. Two representatives from the eight (8) departments participated in the study. A self-made guide questions were used for this research which underwent corrections and validations. The guide questions were composed of ten items under the two categories: a) job satisfaction; and b) commitment. Generally, the results of the teachers’ responses revealed that SPNHS teachers are satisfied with their work; however, they are looking forward to some other professional development where they could engage themselves for their growth as educators.
Keywords: teachers, attitude, commitment, job satisfaction, work
Cite this article:
Abante, D-D. M. (2022). Teachers’ attitude towards work. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 11(2), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2022.214