European Journal of Behavioral Sciences
Year: 2018 | Volume: 1 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 25-36
Study of the role of lesson plan on job performance of secondary school teachers in sari city in the 2016-17
Mohammad Yazdani Peraei, Zohre Esmaeili and Mohammad Jamalzade
The aim of this study is investigating the role of the study on job performance of secondary school teachers .for this purpose , statistical population consisted of all secondary managers of two cities of Sari ( zones 1 and 2 ) to number 1059 in the 2016-17 school year and questionnaires were distributed among them , including 100 male teachers and 180 female teachers , and questionnaire was analyzed by spss software after collecting the questionnaire . The results showed that the job performance of teachers is at a good level with an average of 75 / 34 is at a good level . and the average of the lesson was calculated on the average level ( close to good).Regression test was used to investigate the hypotheses of the research . based on the obtained results , the effect of knowledge use on teacher job knowledge was confirmed by a correlation coefficient of 0/546, And with the standard beta coefficient , the effect was approximately 55 % . on the other hand , the effect of the performance of the teacher ‘s job on teacher job performance was0/669 be and with the standard beta coefficient , the effect was has been 67 %. also , the effect of the attitude of the study on the attitude and behavior of the teacher was confirmed by a coefficient of 0/571 , and with a standard beta coefficient , the effect was has been 57 % . finally , the use of the study on the job performance of the teacher was confirmed by the correlation coefficient of 0/738 . of and with the standard beta coefficient , the effect was has been 74 % .
Keywords: lesson plan, job performance, teacher, secondary school
How to cite this article:
Yazdani Peraei,M.,Esmaeili,Z.,Jamalzade,M. (2018). Study of the role of lesson plan on job performance of secondary school teachers in sari city in the 2016-17 . European Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 1 (1): 25-36.