This study revealed teachers' metacognitive
perceptions, quality of social supportive behaviors, and
mental workplaces in the Caraga district. This study is a
quantitative non-experimental study using a descriptive
correlation study design with a sample of 300 teachers.
Researchers used a set of customized survey
questionnaires to obtain data from respondents who
underwent content validity and reliability analyses. Data
were analyzed using mean, Pearson's r, and multiple
regression analysis. Overall results indicated that levels
of social support behavior, workplace mental
engagement, and sense of teacher effectiveness were
evident in most cases. Furthermore, this study
demonstrated that social supportive behaviors and
psychological aspects at work had a significant impact on
teachers' sense of accomplishment in the Caraga district.
Keywords : Social support behavior, work place spiritually, teacher sense of efficacy.