Organizational climate, teacher morale, and teaching performance in four Divine Word schools in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia

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Document Type

Master's Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education Major in Educational Management

Subject Categories

Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research


Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education


Educational Leadership and Management

Thesis Adviser

Marikita T. Evangelista

Defense Panel Chair

Flordeliza C. Reyes

Defense Panel Member

Revelino Garcia
Greg Melchor De Lara


This study investigates the existing organizational climate, teacher's level of morale and their teaching performance, and seeks whether there is any correlation among these three variables.The study was conducted in four Divine Word Secondary Schools in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia, using three sets of questionnaires to measure the variables mentioned. Eighty-eight (88) teachers from four Divine Word schools participated in the study.The following are the results of the study: 1) out of four schools, only one school was perceived by the teacher respondents to have an open or a supportive organizational climate, while the other three schools were perceived as having a moderately open climate 2) the teacher respondents of the four schools on the whole exhibited a high level of morale and rated their teaching performance as high 3) the relationship between predictors (organizational climate and teachers' morale) with pedictand (teaching performance), and the relationship between the two predictors varied among the four schools. There was a significant relationship between organizational climate and teaching performance in only one school, while teacher morale was seen to significantly influence teaching performance in two out of the four schools.

The researcher concluded that the influence of organizational climate and teachers' morale to teaching performance existed in different degrees in the four schools. Organizational climate and teacher's morale were not the only factors that influenced teaching performance. It should be noted that measure of organizational climate, morale and teaching performance was based solely on the self-report or perception of the teacher respondents.

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Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall

Physical Description

156 leaves ; 28 cm.


Organizational climate; Teacher morale; Teachers-- Job satisfaction; Teachers--Rating of

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