|Judul||:||Global Collaboration for Education Equity, AES 2017, 2nd Asian Education Symposium|
This study aims to explore the main role of job motivation and organizational citizenship behaviour in improving teachers’ innovativeness. This mixed method study with sequential explanatory design was conducted and involved 114 teachers which were selected by proportional random sampling from 150 kindergartens. The result shows that teacher’s innovativeness can be fostered by the relationship between job motivation and organizational behaviour. It also shows that teacher’s innovativeness strengthens the notion that the higher score of the independent variables of job motivation and organizational citizenship behaviour, the higher score of the innovativeness serving as the dependent variable. Strengthening job motivations and organizational citizenship behaviour will improve teaching practices and having their good innovativeness. A combination of job motivations and organizational citizenship behaviour of teachers are required. Finally, teachers’ conditions for teaching practices were examined at one point in time. The Quality of students will increase if teachers’ innovativeness also increases.
Keywords: teacher’s innovativeness, job motivation, organizational citizenship behaviour
|Kategori||:||Prosiding||No/Vol/Tahun||:||2 / 2 / 2017|
|PTN/S||:||Universitas Pakuan||Program Studi||:||BAHASA & SASTRA INGGRIS|
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