International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development


ISSN Online: 2349-4182
ISSN Print: 2349-5979

Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2020)

The effect of personality, work motivation and pedagogical competence on teacher performance (Study at economics and accounting teachers’ senior high school southeast Minahasa regency, Indonesia)

Author(s): Irvini Hastinia Palit, Johny Taroreh, Joseph Kambey, Sjeddie Watung, Ladydie Rattu
Abstract: In teaching and learning activities, one of the most important factors is the teacher. The teacher is a professional educator with the main task of educating, teaching, guiding, directing, training, assessing and evaluating students in early childhood education through formal education and secondary education. The teacher must be an expert in the field of teaching because the teacher must be able to transfer knowledge from within to students in various ways. In addition, teachers are also required to master teacher teaching competencies. According to Wikipedia, the teacher refers to professional educators with the main task of educating, teaching, guiding, directing, training, assessing and evaluating. When becoming an educator, teachers must naturally have good character and personality that can be used as an example by students. An individual's personality is a dynamic organization of a psychological system, which is contained in him. In the end personality influences as a whole, how they interact and react to situations faced in the organization. This study aims: (1) Knowing whether there is an influence between personality on teacher performance (2) Knowing whether there is an influence between motivation on teacher performance (3) Knowing whether there is an influence between pedagogical competence on teacher performance (4) Knowing whether there is an influence simultaneously between personality, motivation and pedagogical competence on teacher performance. The method used is quantitative (explanatory survey) with multiple regression data analysis of a population of 216 high school and vocational economics teachers in the Southeast Minahasa district. Research Results: (1) there is a significant and positive influence on personality X1 on teacher Y performance of 55.5%. (2) there is a significant and positive influence of motivation X2 on teacher Y performance by 68% (3) there is a significant and positive influence on pedagogical competence X3 on teacher Y performance of 47.7%. (4) there is a simultaneous influence (X1, X2, X3) on teacher performance (Y) of 79.8%
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