The Impact of Supervision, Motivation and Work Ethic on Teachers’ Professional Competence: A Case Study of Private Islamic High School Teachers

Muhammad Idris

Abstract


This study aims to investigate the impact of supervision, motivation and work ethic on teachers’ professional competence. Using a sample of 131 respondents, and all respondents are teachers of SMA Muhammadiyah in East OKU, South Sumatera, Indonesia; and this study employs an Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method. All variables, apart from motivation exhibit a positive and significant impact on teachers’ professional competence. Meanwhile, motivation has no impact on teachers’ professional competence. It can be concluded that an education institution who have more strict supervision will have higher teachers’ professional competence and teachers who have higher work ethic will improve teachers’ professional competence

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v6i1.9073

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