A Study of Teachers’ Perceptions Towards Interpersonal Relationship and Working Environment with Their Demographic Profile at Roong Aroon School, Thailand

Authors

  • Suthip Monga Teacher, Roong Aroon School, Bangchaek Nang Sub-District Taling Chan Bangkok 10170, Thailand.
  • Yan Ye Ph.D., Assistant professor, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Assumption University, Thailand.

Keywords:

Teachers’ Perception, Interpersonal Relationship, Working Environment

Abstract

The purpose of this research was mainly to study and compare teachers’ perception towards interpersonal relationship and working environment according to their demographic profiles, as well as to determine the relationship of teachers’ perception towards interpersonal relationship and working environment at Roong Aroon School, Thailand. All the teachers working at the selected school at different levels during the academic year 2018-2019 were used as participants. The research instrument used in this study was a questionnaire. The collected data from the survey were analyzed by Descriptive Statistics, Frequency and Percentage, Mean and Standard Deviation, Independent samples t-test, One-way ANOVA, and Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. The study results showed that the level of teachers’ perception towards interpersonal relationship and working environment was high. No statistical significant differences in the teachers’ perceptions towards interpersonal relationship and working environment according to their demographic profiles were found. However, the study revealed that there was a significant relationship between interpersonal relationship and working environment. Based on the results, it was recommended that the teachers take time observing each other to improve their expertise at their job.

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Published

2020-06-16