CLASS ROOM MANAGEMENT: TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES – REVIEW
Keywords:Classroom management, Teaching and learning
Classroom management refers to those activities of classroom teachers that create a positive classroom climate within which effective teaching and learning can occur”. Research over the past 30 years indicates these rituals and routines as cornerstones of classroom management are critical to effective teaching and learning. In a poorly managed classroom, teachers struggle to teach and students usually learn less than they should, and there are abundance of discipline issue while a well-managed classroom provides an environment in which teaching and learning can flourish
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