Teacher Motivation In The Development Of Electronic Teaching Materials In The Yunior High School 7 Of Bengkulu City

Connie Connie, Eko Risdianto, Meizul Zuki


This study aims to analyze the motivation of teachers in the development of electronic teaching materials in Junior
High Schools 7 in Bengkulu City. This research is a mix method research (quantitative and qualitative). The research
sample consisted of 20 teachers in Junior High School 7 in Bengkulu City. The technique used is the sampling
technique (side purposive). The research instrument used a Likert scale questionnaire with 20 question items. From
this data, the results show that the items used to collect data in this study are valid with a validity of 3.265 and reliable
with a reliability of 0.91. The average of all items answered agreed by the respondent. So it can be concluded that
training activities can foster teacher motivation in developing electronic teaching materials.

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