The role of educators in shaping the future citizens of a nation is undeniably crucial. This study delves into the intriguing realm of teacher motivation, seeking to unravel the factors that drive educators to excel in their profession. Understanding the motivational dynamics of teachers within the academic environment is pivotal for the development of effective faculty programs, with a particular emphasis on fostering self-management and self-regulation among both experienced and novice educators. This research aims to contribute valuable insights into the motivational mechanisms that influence teachers’ performance, ultimately aiming to enhance the overall teaching-learning process.

The investigation employs a multi-faceted approach, combining qualitative and quantitative methods to capture the nuanced aspects of teacher motivation. Through surveys, interviews, and observations, we explore the diverse factors that serve as catalysts for teachers to excel in their roles. Key themes under scrutiny include intrinsic and extrinsic motivators, professional development opportunities, and the impact of a supportive work environment. By gaining a comprehensive understanding of these factors, we aim to develop targeted faculty programs that address the unique needs of educators, thereby fostering a more self-managed and self-regulated teaching community.

This study not only contributes to the theoretical framework of teacher motivation but also holds practical implications for educational institutions and policymakers. By identifying the drivers of teacher motivation, educational institutions can design strategies and initiatives that go beyond traditional approaches, ensuring sustained enthusiasm and dedication among educators. Moreover, the findings of this research can inform policy decisions related to teacher training and professional development.

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