This study sought to describe the level of motivation of 148 public secondary and tertiary teachers which served as a basis for a faculty development program at San Mariano, Isabela, Philippines. This study used quantitative-descriptive survey research design. Survey questionnaires were used to gather data. Purposive sampling procedure was employed. In order to analyze the data, frequency and percentage distributions, and weighted mean scores were taken. Chi-squared test was utilized to test the association of the variables. The results revealed that majority of the teacher-respondents were belonged to age bracket range 30-39 years; female; master teacher I and instructor I; 14-19 years in the service; and with master’s units. The level of motivation as assessed by the teachers themselves described as strongly agreed in terms of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Moreover, there was a significant difference on the respondents’ levels of motivation when grouped according to their profile.
Key words: Motivation, intrinsic, extrinsic, profile.
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