Assessing Online Teaching Motivation, Satisfaction, and Intention among Teachers: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
Keywords:Herzberg theory, motivation, teacher, online teaching, hospitality, vocational education
The Covid-19 pandemic prompted drastic changes in education, including the closure of institutions and transition in the mode of teaching and learning. However, the effect of disruption is not equal across the spectrum of education. The transition to online mode of teaching created challenges to teachers of vocational education including hospitality. In the current study, we aimed to identify the factors of motivation, online teaching satisfaction and intention to adopt online teaching in the future by the teachers of hospitality education using Herzberg’s Theory of Motivation. A cross-sectional survey was conducted among hospitality teachers in India, and the data was collected using Google Forms. Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) is employed to test the hypothesis proposed in the study. The IBM AMOS 25 software was used for data analysis and testing of hypothesis. The results of the study indicate that motivational factors are the significant predictors of online teaching satisfaction and teachers’ intention to adopt online teaching in the future. The finding signifies that institutional administrators and policymakers of hospitality education in the study context needs to focus on improving both motivational and hygiene element to enhance teachers’ satisfaction and behavioural intention in online teaching.
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