International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Let the Teacher Manage the Challenge of Classroom Management
Fazalur Rahman, Prof Dr Nabi Bux Jumani, Abdul Basit, Dr Saeedul Hassan Chishti, Dr Muhammad Ajmal

Classroom management is an important aspect of teaching learning process. Management is a process of integrating resources and responsibilities towards the accomplishment of stated goals. The study was designed to look into the challenge of classroom management by the teacher. Objectives of the study were to examine classroom management practices at secondary level. Participants of the study consisted of 120 teachers and 240 students. Tools used in the study were questionnaires and teachers’ interview. Separate questionnaire was developed for teachers and students. It was found that teachers commonly used motivational talk for the motivation of the students It was concluded that classroom environment was generally satisfactory. The major problem was over crowdedness in the classrooms. It was recommended that verbal abuse may be avoided by the teacher. Further teacher may prepare lesson plan and teachers may be trained in use of socio metric techniques in classroom. The study also recommended that a democratic environment may be encouraged in the classroom as it has important impact on teaching-learning process.

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