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The Effect of Training, Information Technology, Intellectual and Emotional Intelligence on Teacher’s Performance

The performance of a teacher has an important role in the success of education in general. This study aims to determine the factors that affect the decline in teacher performance in one of the junior secondary schools in Indonesia. Based on the literature review, four exogenous variables were identified, namely, training, utilization of information technology, intellectual intelligence, and emotional intelligence. This study uses primary data, collected from a questionnaire distributed to respondents. The questionnaire items are measured using a Likert scale. The sample in this study were all teachers at MTS Darul Falah Sirahan, totaling 32 people. The analysis technique used in testing the hypothesis of this study is multiple regression analysis. Statistical product and service solutions are used as analysis tools. The results of this study indicate that only the variable ‘utilization of information technology’ has a positive and significant effect. However, the variables ‘training,’ ‘intellectual intelligence,’ and ‘emotional intelligence’ did not have a significant effect. This finding contradicts the literature in general. Therefore, this study recommends improving training methods, both those carried out internally by schools and by related agencies, and schools still need to optimize guidance and potential for teacher’s intelligence in improving performance.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Research Methods and Materials

4. Result and Discussion

5. Conclusion

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