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MOTIVATIONAL APPROACHES OF TEACHERS AND THE ACADEMIC
PERFORMANCE OF BEED STUDENTS

A Thesis Presented to
The Thesis Committee, College of Teachers Education
UM Tagum College
Tagum City

In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Elementary Education

NERIZA JEAN A. GENOSAS
MARY GRACE H. ITOL
KRISNAH MIE D. LAYAO

February 2015

ii APPROVAL SHEET This thesis entitled “MOTIVATIONAL APPROACHES OF TEACHERS AND THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF BEED STUDENTS” prepared and submitted by Neriza Jean A. Genosas. DACLAN. PANGANORON JR. TADO. Ed.D Member Member Accepted and Approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree. Ph.. PAULINO P. Ed. Mary Grace H. CHAGAS. Ph. and Krisnah Mie D. Itol. DACLAN. MONALISA O.Math Adviser PANEL OF EXAMINERS Approved by the Thesis Committee on Oral Examination with a grade of ____________. MAT .D BEED Program Head Department Chair – Teacher Education GRACE SANTA T. in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree..D GRACE SANTA T. Layao. Bachelor in Elementary Education. OFICIAR JR.D Chairman REY M. Ed. REGIDOR. Ed. CARLITO R. Bachelor in elementary Education has been examined and is hereby endorsed.D Dean of College .D JOSE ELMER S.

. Tado. Monalisa O. for the statistical computation. Their statistician. His presence contributed significantly to the researchers’ educational experience. . the researchers’ adviser.. Regidor and Dr. Paulino P. Carlito R.Vincent Lombardi The researchers genuinely acknowledge with heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the following persons who have contributed their intellectual. for their professional guidance in providing positive suggestions for the improvements of the manuscript. Without their support. the will to win. help and guidance to finish this study. His eagerness to answer the researchers’ queries and review the details of their study was valuable. their subject teacher for the thorough knowledge with the subject matter. To Dr. constructive criticisms who have made the researchers surmount the difficulties while studying planning and making this research. Daclan. To Dr. for printing us the list of the BEED students as well as their SPR. Chagas. for his expertise in editing the manuscript and for his ample guidance as they go along this study. To Ma’am Suzette M. this piece of work could not have been possible: Dr. Osic. for his untiring assistance. Oficiar. moral and spiritual support for the success of this study. Banta. Dr. Grace Santa T. intelligent suggestions. Panganoron Jr. Jose Elmer S. Mervin A. their Program Head. suggestions and recommendations. encouragement. for her unending support. and the will to excel are the things that endure. To the panel members Dr. Their grammarian Dr. iii Acknowledgment “The spirit. Rey M. These qualities are so much more important than the events that occur”.

To you all. and also for the trust given to them. and Layao family for their unending financial support. who served as the respondents of this study and who shared their time and efforts in answering the questionnaires. To their friends and classmates. The researchers give Him all the glory and honor. prayers and constant understanding. suggestions and help to make this research successful. health. a million Thanks. for their moral support. which made his endeavor a reality. Their family. love and wisdom for giving his protection and blessings. And above all. the Almighty God. iv To the BEED students of the University of Mindanao Tagum Campus. the source of life. Itol. Genosas. JEAN GRACE KRISNAH .

To the researchers’ parents who helped and encouraged them to continue on amidst difficulty and hardships. To their friends who gave them moral support in every downfall and encouraged them to carry on with this duty. sufficient health. Jean Grace Kris . Thank you and May God Bless You. v DEDICATION The accomplishment of this piece of work is credited to the Almighty God for providing the researchers with enough wisdom. Without them this research work could not reached its successful end. strength and courage to push through.

: Description: Degree Conferred: Bachelor in Elementary Education Specific Location Where Copies Could Be Found: Library Locality Access No. vi THESIS ABSTRACT Title : MOTIVATIONAL APPROACHES OF TEACHERS AND THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE BEED STUDENTS Researchers : Neriza Jean A. Genosas Mary Grace H. Sub Problems: . UM Tagum College Tagum City Statement of the Problem: Main Problem: To determine the relationship between the motivational approaches used by teachers and academic performance of BEED students in UM Tagum College. Itol Krisnah Mie D. Layao Publication : Date: August 2015 Place: Tagum City Region: XI Institution : Name: UM Tagum College Type: Private Subject Area : Reference No.

2.4. humanistic view. Is there a significant relationship between the level of motivational approaches used by teachers in the Department of Teacher Education and the academic performance of BEED students at UM Tagum College? Hypothesis The following hypotheses were tested at 0. What is the level of the motivational approaches used by teachers in the Department of Teacher Education in terms of: 1.05 level of significance: 1. achievement motivation theory? 2. What is the level of academic performance of BEED students in terms of their general weighted average? 3. and 3. behavioral view. There is no significant relationship between the level of motivational approaches used by teachers in the Department of Teacher Education and the academic performance of BEED students at UM Tagum College. There is no significant difference on the level of academic performance of BEED students at UM Tagum College when analyzed according to session and year level. vii 1. 1. Is there a significant difference on the level of academic performance of BEED students at UM Tagum College when analyzed according to: 3. cognitive view.1 session. and 1. 1.1. .2 year level? 4.3.2.

The level of motivational approaches used by the teachers on the humanistic view and achievement motivation theory had a mean of 4.26. .30. The overall mean was 4. The level of academic performance of BEED students had a mean of their general average of 2.29 while the cognitive view got a mean of 4. The following were the summary of findings of the study. which means satisfactory in terms of descriptive equivalent. viii Procedure and Research Design: Method of Research : Descriptive-Correlation Method Respondents : 60 first year to third year BEED students of UMTC Instrument Used : Researcher-Made Questionnaire Statistical Treatment Mean t-test ANOVA Pearson r Summary of Finding The study dealt with the level of motivational approaches of the department of teacher education and level of academic performance of BEED students.32 which is very satisfactory in terms of descriptive rating.37 followed by the behavioral view which had a mean of 4.

There is no significant relationship between the motivational approaches and the academic performance of BEED students. The difference on the academic performance of BEED students when analyzed according to session was not rejected since the computation showed that the p-value 0. Statistically.05.418 was higher than the level of significance at 0. 3. There is no significant difference on the level of academic performance of the BEED students when analyzed according to session. The level of academic performance of BEED students is moderate. Conclusions The following conclusions were drawn based on the findings of the study: 1. there is a significant difference on the level of academic performance among BEED students. Therefore.05 thus the null hypothesis was not rejected. 2. There is a significant difference on the level of academic performance of BEED students when analyzed according to year level. ix The difference on the level of academic performance of BEED students when analyzed according to year level was rejected since the computed p-value 0. The level of motivational approaches of the department of teacher education is very satisfactory.673 which is greater than the significance level at 0. the computed p- value 0. Therefore. .05. there is no significant difference on the level of academic performance among BEED students. 4.25 is less than the level of significance at 0.

Recommendations After a careful review of the aforementioned conclusions of the study. Submitted by: . and they should be discouraged to copy the outputs either in journal and or in paper works especially on assignments. Also. 3. Further studies should be conducted that would venture on another independent variable that will create effect on the academic performance of students. There is no significant relationship between the level of motivational approaches used by teachers in the Department of Teacher Education and the academic performance of BEED students at UM Tagum College. should be encouraged to cover their papers during quizzes and exams to avoid copying. Students should improve their attitude towards their field study courses. The level of student performance must be raised to a very high level by changing their study habits by avoiding distractive influences of multimedia such as internet and cell phones when studying. x 5. 2. the following recommendations were offered: 1. The level of teacher’s motivation must be maintained to a very satisfactory level. another study could be conducted that will explore on a variable that can be affected by motivational approaches.

OFICIAR. xi NERIZA JEAN A. LAYAO Researchers Noted by: PAULINO P.D Dean of College . Ed. ITOL KRISNAH MIE D.D Department Chair – Teacher Education GRACE SANTA T. GENOSAS MARY GRACE H. TADO. Ph.Math Adviser JOSE ELMER S. MAT . DACLAN.

xii TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter Page TITLE PAGE i APPROVAL SHEET ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iii DEDICATION v THESIS ABSTRACT vi TABLE OF CONTENTS xii LIST OF TABLES xv LIST OF FIGURES xvi Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING 1 Background of the Study 1 Statement of the Problem 2 Hypothesis 3 Theoretical and Conceptual Framework 3 Significance of the Study 7 .

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 31 Summary 31 Conclusions 32 Recommendations 33 REFERENCES 34 APPENDICES . xiii Definition of Terms 7 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 8 3 METHOD 17 Research Design 17 Research Subject 17 Research Instrument 18 Data Gathering Procedure 20 Statistical Tools 21 4 PRESENTATION AND ANALYIS OF FINDINGS 22 Level of Motivational Approaches 22 Level of Academic Performance of BEED Students 24 Difference on the Level of Academic Performance of BEED Students When Analyzed According to Year Level 24 Difference on the Level of Academic Performance of BEED Students When Analyzed According To Session 27 Relationship between the Level of Motivational Approaches and the Academic Performance Of BEED Students 27 5 SUMMARY.

xiv Appendix A – Letter of Request to Conduct the Study 36 Appendix B – Questionnaire 37 CURRICULUM VITAE 40 LIST OF TABLES Tables Title Page 1 Distribution of Respondents 19 2 Level of Motivational Approaches of the Department of Teacher Education 23 3 Level of Academic Performance of BEED Students 25 4 Difference on the Level of Academic Performance of BEED students when analyzed according to Year Level 26 5 Difference on the Level of Academic Performance of BEED Students when analyzed according to Session 28 6 Relationship between the motivational Approaches and the Academic Performance of BEED Students 29 .

xv LIST OF FIGURE Figure Page 1 Conceptual Framework of the Study 6 .