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Chapter ITHE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUNDIntroductionThe goal of the educational system is to create an atmosphereconducive to the efficient and effective performance of teachers in order toachieve quality education. The School Administrators are knowledgeableof the dominant factors that promote the teachers satisfaction including thevarious aspects that affect their work performance.Teachers work values play a very significant role in the effective andefficient achievement of the educational goals. Where satisfaction in itselfhas been a subject considered by both teachers and administrators as animportant element in a successful organization. It is an element thatcontributes to the well being of its members and the organization. Theneed for satisfaction in ones work therefore is everyone’s concern.On the other hand, work values help develop a person’s personalityor moral qualities. It includes cooperation, honesty, responsibility andrespect for others. In like manner, values aid people to make decisions.When people recognize what is important to them, they can make betterchoices. When people care for themselves and the environment, there isdiscipline and peace.They are environment friendly, less pollution and
2the environment would grow greener. Thus, work values help the world tobe a better for everyone.On the other hand, individuals within organization have motives ofneeds that are the mainspring of motivation. And motivation itself isdirected towards the satisfaction of all these motives of needs. Unlessthese motives or needs are satisfied and the individual properly motivated,organizational objectives would hardly be achieve.The level of motivation according to Maslow’s Theory1of manshierarchy of needs that are satisfied in an order of progression.People have their basic kinds of needs: physiological, safety needs,social needs, esteem need and self actualization need. Motivationtherefore, is physiological drive or force that directs someone to anobjective.Thus, it is imperative for school managers to acquaint themselveswith the different motivation, theories developed by motivation gurus andexperts, if only to enable him to motivate people who are under hissupervision.31Abraham H. Maslow, Motivation and Personality (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1990,p.317.
At this point of view, the researcher is motivated to look into the workvalues of the public secondary school teachers teaching AralingPanlipunan in the City Division of Santiago.Conceptual Framework of the StudyTeachers learn more efficiently and perform more competently whenmotivated by the desire or need to solve real life problems. Learningbecomes less efficient when formal knowledge is delivered in the abstractand when there is no opportunity to apply that knowledge to tangiblepurpose in realistic context.

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