Development of self-education motivation for students using time management techniques in primary and high school teachers

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https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v14i9.2526

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Self-Education, Self-Motivation, Self-Efficient, Self-Esteem, Time Management Skills

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Objective: The objective of the study is to measure the time management techniques on development of self-education and motivation for students and high school teachers Theoretical framework: The existing time management motivation models and theoretical frameworks were used assess the impact of time management on motivation of school teachers and students Method: The study employed empirical research gathering the data using a structured questionnaire from the respondents. The data were analyzed using SPSS ver 28 to gather practical insights of the study. The statistical techniques like estimation of reliability using Cronbach’s alpha, regression analysis and assessing data normalcy were employed. The primary quantitative method has been adopted in this study, and the data were gathered from sixty-five respondents the teachers of a CBSE schools in and around Hyderabad and the collected data were analyzed using SPSS Ver. 28. The tests of multiple regression, descriptive statistics and demographic analysis have been carried out on the responses from the 65 participants. Results and conclusion: The results indicated that data were normal and all the four study variables motivation, performance, self-regulated learning and self-efficacy are impacting the time management. Students are more likely to get encouraged to learn mainly when they are curious about their learning topic. Learners or educators can help to grow interested by offering them interesting opportunities to explore more new things. It has been noted that providing students with daily basis or regular feedback can help them to track their progress and performance and thus, they can identify the areas in which they need to improve their performance. Implications: The authors presents the results of how time management can motivate the students in self-education and  how time management techniques are increasing self-education motivation for students. Effective time management techniques can be essential for a student as they will help them to handle more subjects, tests, projects, as well as extra curriculum activities. It has been observed that learners who feel guided and always supported are more prone to stay focused in any kind of situation, and can easily overcome any risks.  Originality/value: The empirical research compliments to the existing knowledge specially focusing on time management and its effect on motivation of students and teachers in schools. The study offers practical aspects of time management and provides valuable perspectives in near future to address the time management related issues in the schools.

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2023-09-05

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Rani, R., Radhakrishnan, R., Sable, A., Srinivas, V., & Prasad, K. (2023). Development of self-education motivation for students using time management techniques in primary and high school teachers. Revista De Gestão E Secretariado, 14(9), 14907–14922. https://doi.org/10.7769/gesec.v14i9.2526