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In the current educational context, it is very important to discover and promote teacher motivation because teachers are one of the decisive factors for the success of educational innovation. This paper presents a literature review to analyze approaches in the literature on teacher motivation. The research results show that there are four popular approaches, and at the same time discuss the applicability of theories related to motivation and especially self-determination theory, then make recommendations to use the self-determination theory as a conceptual framework to conduct studies exploring teacher motivation - the foundation for building a number of motivational intervention programs in the implementation of educational activities of teachers in the context of the 2018 General Education Program in Vietnam.
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