Motivation can happen by four approaches and each approach has more than one theory. First of all people are rational-economic being, people are passive, people know where their self-interest lie and always act to maximize their self-interest, the value of anything is its usefulness called utility, punishment to persuade him to achieve organizations goals, Theory X is close to the idea of scientific management. People are social being; people
work hard is to motivate them.Every individual in an organization is motivated by different things. When talking in term of employee motivation it can be simply defined as “Employee motivation is a reflection of the level of energy, commitment, and creativity that a company's workers bring to their jobs.” Employee performance is significant for the success of any organization. Thus it is essential that the management of the organization should consider improving employee performance by encouraging
Motivation surpasses focus on machine because at the heart of the organization, the human resources coupled with skill, experience, attitudes, and intelligence is the most momentous factor in acquisition of wealth and process of production. Empirical evidence abound showing that workers are poorly motivated and are dissatisfied with their living and working conditions in Nigeria, which could be conjectured that poor motivation of the workforce is responsible for the seemingly high level of dissatisfaction
teaching and learning process is exceptionally valuable. While there has been some innovation in pedagogical strategy, including notable successes on old teacher centred paradigm still exists in schools all over the world, as opposed to more modern approaches which focus on student centred principles. Why should we have computers in schools?
Part B 7. Issues and concerns in Teacher Education between developing and developed country. (Choose ant ONE (1) country from each category) Abstract Teacher education programs among countries are often examined and are analyzed for further enhancement of their effectiveness. In this 21st century, teachers are not only expected as imparters of knowledge, teachers are also to hold the responsibility of shaping a better citizenry. This paper aims to compare and contrast the teacher education in Singapore