Mathematical Modeling on Reward Scheme and Teacher Performance in Colleges of Education: The Case of Tamale College of Education
This study seeks to examine the relationship between rewards and teacher performance. The study explored factors to examine reward scheme and their impact on teacher performance and actions to influence educational institutions for a consideration of a more systematic and structured approach to acknowledge teachers efforts which would in turn prosper high performance culture in Colleges of Education. Descriptive statistics based frequency tables were used in the study to provide information on demographic variables. The results were investigated in terms of descriptive statistics followed by inferential statistics on the variables. A total of 40 questionnaires were distributed to respondents. The results indicate that there is a statistical significant relationship between the independent variables with dependent variables teacher performance. The study recommends that management of Colleges of Education attitude on improving reward scheme should look more appealing to teachers. That is, motivation should be the hallmark of management to enable teachers boost their morale towards work.