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THE EFFECT OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

THE EFFECT OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL ON RY NT ACADEMIC

 

CHAPTER ONE

STUDY BACKGROUND

This classroom management and control is concerned with how things are carried out. Its structure, procedure, and routines have become rituals.

When procedures are explained to and practiced by ents, they are reinforced on a regular basis through practice, classroom management, and control.

Instructions become more efficient when they are learned, practiced, and reinforced.

This is the foundation of all classroom management and is the teacher’s primary responsibility.

Classroom management discipline is the ent’s responsibility. Discipline has to do with appropriate behavior.

To make a classroom conducive to learning, the school should not be focused on a single point of view, but rather on contrasting opinions and attitudes so that the teacher can be given the path to take based on his conclusions.

When teachers take on the of disciplining ents, they deny young people the opportunity to grow in responsibility. A lot more accountable. Students developing procedures to help redirect irresponsible impulses is a far more effective approach. Furthermore, when adults impose some of the punishment, ents have no ownership in the decision, develop a victim hood mentality, and have negative feelings toward the imposers.

There are four classroom management rules that have been identified and can be in the classroom for effective teaching and learning. These rules are as follows:

RULE ONE: GET THEM IN: The process of getting them in can be seen to include phrases from the very beginning of the classroom situation.

RULE TWO: Get started: this refers to the main part of the lesson, the nature of the content, and the manner in which it is presented.

THIRD RULE: Get along with them: Here, the teacher fosters positive relationships with their ents by instilling mutual trust and respect. To do this sensitively, consider the mood of the entire class.

This obviously entails keeping track of who is who and when.

FOURTH RULE: Get them out: The teacher considers two phrases for concluding a lesson and dismissing the class optimistically.

This y will also be of great assistance and benefit to the government and the ministry of education, whose primary goal is to see ents as future teachers and leaders. It would also be of great importance to the ministry of education, teachers, and school officials who deal directly with ents on how to prevent classroom management problems among secondary school ents. However, because continuous research in this field is not ruled out, the y’s findings would like to be used as a foundation for future investigation.

STATEMENT OF THE

Is there a significant difference between ents who arrive late to school and those who arrive early to school? Classroom and control and management contribute to the development of discipline in a school and a pupil are ents who lack control allowed to misbehave? Are there any significant differences between the controls of cooperative groups?

THE STUDY’S OBJECTIVE

The goal of this research is to find a solution to a problem affecting secondary school classrooms.

The goal of this y is to educate teachers on how to make the classroom a welcoming environment for ents in order for teaching to be effective.

This clearly states that in a teaching and learning situation, classroom management cannot be overlooked.

QUESTIONS FOR RESEARCH

The following are the research questions that will guide this y:

i. What are the issues with classroom management and control?

ii. Does a lack of proper classroom management and control have an impact on ents’ academic performance?

iii. What impact do the causes of these problems have on the ents?

iv. How can the problem of classroom management and control be eliminated in some Oredo local government area schools?

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

The y of the effect of classroom management on secondary school ents’ academic performance, a case y of selected secondary schools in Ovia north east local government area, is aimed at achieving discipline among ents in that locality.

In line with this, the goal of this y is to conduct a survey of management problems in secondary schools in Edo state’s ova north east local government area.

This y will also look for ways to prevent these management issues among secondary ents by exposing them to basic classroom management controls and rules.

THE STUDY’S IMPORTANCE

It is hoped that the research will help to improve classroom management and control instruction in schools.

The researcher is interested in the y of classroom management and control because what happens in the classrooms has a direct impact on the ents’ performance.

Students must be disciplined in order to ensure executive teaching and learning. Discipline is important because it involves all ents in the school as well as the teacher’s education officer’s i.e. teachers, parents, communities, policy makers in one way or another, and for example, the following generalization can be made about ents attending school: they are well glad, happy, and well nourished.

Finally, the y’s findings will help teachers manage and control their classrooms.

TERMS DEFINITION

DISCIPLINE: This refers to ents’ bad behavior or conduct that does not follow school rules and regulations.

TEACHERS WHO HAVE BEEN TRAINED; this refers to NCE holders and graduated teachers in education.

UNTRAINED TEACHERS: These are unqualified teachers who have been assigned to teach in primary, secondary, or tertiary schools, most likely without formal teacher education.

RESPONDENTS: people who answer questions during interviews or fill out questionnaires for research purposes.

NTS: a person enrolled in a secondary school or a tertiary institution for y and instruction.

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION: This is an organization in which the parents of ents and teachers at a specific school discuss issues affecting and concerning the school and the ents.

BROKEN HOMES: This occurs when the ents’ parents separate or divorce, leaving the children without proper care and security.

 

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