Job Satisfaction and Teaching Effectiveness in Emergency Remote Teaching among Higher Education Faculty


  • Laurice E. Tolentino College of Teacher Education, Batangas State University, The National Engineering University, JPLPC Malvar, Malvar, Batangas, Philippines



Job satisfaction, Teaching effectiveness, Emergency remote teaching, Higher education


Job satisfaction among teachers plays a crucial role in their ability to teach effectively. Hence, this study assessed the higher education faculty’s level of job satisfaction and teaching effectiveness in emergency remote teaching in one state university in Batangas Province, Philippines. By employing the correlational type of descriptive research with a self-made questionnaire and secondary data, this study found out that the faculty members are highly satisfied on their job during emergency remote teaching and majority of them have very satisfactory teaching effectiveness as evaluated by their students. Further, significant relationship exists between the respondents’ assessed level of job satisfaction and their teaching effectiveness. Consequently, this study offered course of action requiring the involvement of various authorities and ensures a collaborative approach towards achieving the stated objectives and expected outcomes.


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How to Cite

Tolentino, L. E. . (2023). Job Satisfaction and Teaching Effectiveness in Emergency Remote Teaching among Higher Education Faculty. Community and Social Development Journal, 24(3), 1–12.



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