Mirella Gildica Molina Riveros, José Jorge Rodríguez Figueroa, Vilma Marlene Aguilar Chuquival, Orlando Francisco Quispe Romero, Rolando Román Solís Solís

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.2867-2874

The present research consists of a bibliographic review of 30 research articles that dealt with teacher work commitment during the last five years. The Systematic Review methodology was used, using the databases: Web of Science (WOS), Scopus, Scielo, ProQuest, Redalyc, Dialnet and Google Scolar; in a period of years 2019-2023. In addition, studies were included that explain the factors that affect teachers’ work commitment, such as: the management of managers that is not optimal to strengthen teaching performance. Another aspect addressed was digital skills, which many teachers have failed to develop, causing discomfort and affecting work commitment, and finally the development of emotional intelligence that serves as support so that teachers can face the adversities that arise in their daily work in a positive way. Concluding that all this is necessary to strengthen teachers’ work commitment and improve the quality of education.

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