INVESTIGATING PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ PRACTICES ABOUT CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH

Authors

  • Ambreen Siddique Visiting Lecturer, Division of Education, University of Education, Township, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Moin Chairperson, Department of Education, Dar-ul-Madina International University, Pakistan
  • Tanzeela Urooj Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Loralai, Balochistan, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53664/JSSD/03-02-2024-09-106-116

Abstract

The classroom management in educational institutions comprises carrying out management strategies and goals while keeping students' progress in mind. Classroom management promotes interaction in both directions and reciprocal comprehension among students and teachers. This quantitative study examined the classroom management practices of the primary school teachers in Punjab, Pakistan, aiming to describe the importance of classroom management and to identify differences in practices based on gender and district. Thus, a sample of 300 teachers from Lahore and Multan districts was surveyed using a questionnaire. Data analysis involved t-tests and ANOVA. The findings revealed significant differences in practices between male and female teachers, with female teachers indicating more effective strategies. Additionally, teachers in Lahore exhibited better practices compared to those in Multan. No significant differences were found based on the teacher qualifications. The study concludes that effective classroom management is crucial for enhancing student learning & recommends professional growth for teachers, along with policy considerations for class size and technology integration.

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Published

03-06-2024

How to Cite

Ambreen Siddique, Muhammad Moin, & Tanzeela Urooj. (2024). INVESTIGATING PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ PRACTICES ABOUT CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES DEVELOPMENT, 3(2), 106–116. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSSD/03-02-2024-09-106-116

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