The Effect of Achievement Motivated Students and Mastery of Information Technology on the Results of an Elementary School Teacher Competency Test
Keywords:Motivation for achievement, knowledge of information technology, and assessment of primary school teachers' proficiency.
This study aims to ascertain the effect of achievement motivation and technological mastery on the results of a competency exam administered to elementary school teachers in Ambon City in 2015. This research comprises a quantitative analysis of 224 elementary school teachers who took the 2015 teacher competency exam. Multiple linear regression was used to analyze the data and test hypotheses with the assistance of SPSS Windows Version 24. The study discovered that achievement motivation (X1) and mastery of technology information (X2) both have a favourable and substantial effect on the competency test results of elementary school teachers (Y) in Ambon City. Thus, it is recommended that teachers develop a sense of achievement and proficiency in using information technology.
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