School Input Factors and Their Impacts on Teachers Performance

International Journal of Social, Politics & Humanities
ISSN: 2797-3735, Volume 1, Issue 1, page 209 – 217
Date: 28 October 2018
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Syeda Najma Fatima & Muhammad Imran Yousuf

Syeda Najma Fatima
Department of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences
Arid Agriculture University
Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Muhammad Imran Yousuf
Chairman, Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Arid Agriculture University
Rawalpindi Pakistan

Abstract
The study was designed to identify the school input factors and their impacts on teachers performance at elementary level in District Bagh (AJ&K). The research was descriptive and quantitative in nature. All the teachers at elementary level of public sector in District Bagh (AJ&K) constituted the population of the study. A total 300 teachers from District Bagh (AJ&K) were selected through simple random sampling technique. A self-developed structured questionnaire was used for gathering information from teachers. Descriptive statistics i.e., mean, frequency, percentage and inferential statistics i.e., chi square test were employed for statistical analysis of the data through SPSS. The findings revealed that the school input factors have great impacts on the performance of teachers. A motivated and trained teacher is able to develop creativity in students and motivate them to enhance their academic performance. Chi-square test analysis shows that there is significant relationship between school input factors and they have great impact on the teacher’s performance. Based on findings, it was recommended that teacher’s performance may be improved to provide better quality of school facilities to teachers according to their needs.

Keywords: Input Factors, Impacts, Teachers Performance, Elementary Level.

1. Introduction
Education is the greatest legacy a nation can give to her youth. This would suggest that the development of any nation or community depends to a great extent on the nature of training of such a country (William et al., 2004). Teaching is a great job and teacher is the backbone for the society. Using Internet advancements to assigns the teachers where they are required is a progression that could be examined and assists with in developing countries (Droste, 2000). Organization is the essential system theory which is comprise of five elements: inputs, feedback, a process of transformation and the environment. Inputs are the resources, financial, human and information resources used to produce services and goods. In the system of elementary education, the material information sources consists of infrastructural offices provided that the school to educating and learning process. Human inputs are the different blends of the educating and non instructing staff. The process of transformation is the school administration and instructors, utilize of the most recent instructing techniques to change the inputs to output (Draft, 2008).
There are two sorts of the aspects that influence the performance of the educators, the internal aspect and the external aspect. There are the lots of outer aspects about the teachers effecting that how a teacher makes conversation in the classroom whereas it’s tough to add on any distress demand to these aspects because every teacher is different, they are consists of different level, expectations from the society, precise school system where they do job and every school has own promotion policies. The importance desires to these outer aspects will appear conflicting and its classroom teacher who have to link to these into a workable structure whereas managing scope of internal factors. The viewpoint of individual educator’s regarding how students learn most efficiently, how to teach pupils in good manners and how to create good learning environment. Strong coordination among in individual educator’s beliefs regarding the good presentation performs and certainly they can individually meet these desires into the classroom. Classroom have important for meet these desires. Teachers argue superior ways of thinking …….

2. Literature Review
2.1 Motivation
Mcshane & Von-Glinow (2003) studied about motivation that is “A factor that exists a person which can possibly influence the way, quality and enthusiasm of carrying on towards work”. Motivation is very important for the success. According to Infinedo (2003) teacher motivation is a mind boggling and troublesome term to characterize; in this way an exact meaning of this idea is tricky as the thought includes the attributes of individual and circumstance and in addition the view of that circumstance by the person. Herzberg cleanliness factors make a reasonable workplace however couldn’t enhance in fulfillment. For example low salary can cause occupation disappointment that will influence on the workers performance. Cleanliness aspects are necessary to make sure that the office does not form into a displease situation. Normal cleanliness factors (likewise called outward factors) are compensation, working condition, grades, organization strategies and management (Saiyadain 2009).

2.2 Effective Instructions in School
Musungu and Nasongo (2008) stated that in the school the leader is a director, he is all rounder in which many characteristic of the school rotate, he knows about every detail that is running in the school may be its academic or administrative. The director is a decision maker, leader and a good thinker; therefore it’s important for the principal that they involved making decisions about school. A good leader will always motivate to the employs perfectly and they have adopted new work strategies for the employs satisfaction ……..

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