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Teacher's performance is one of the determinants of any educational effort's success to the point of the Indonesian national education system's success. Because teachers are the ones who conduct the teaching and learning process. Theoretically, some factors influence the performance of a teacher. Therefore, this study aims to describe and analyze emotional intelligence and pedagogical competence on self-efficacy and teacher performance in the school environment. This research was classified into a correlational study with path analysis using a research sample of 155 teachers. The data of the study were collected using questionnaires. Then, the data obtained from the questionnaires were analyzed through multiple regression methods. The results show that emotional intelligence, competence pedagogy was included in the medium category. In contrast, self-efficacy was included in the high category, and teacher performance was in a good category. The result of this study can be used by the schools and stakeholders in designing a program or activities to improve teachers' performance. In designing those activities, the schools and stakeholders should pay attention to the variables above, since this study reveals that those variables influence teachers’ performance.
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