Effect of Classroom Management Techniques on Secondary Students' Performance in District Narowal
Keywords:Classroom Management Techniques, District Narowal Secondary Level, Students’ Performance
The study's objective was to determine how classroom management techniques affected secondary students' performance. The concept "classroom management" is typically used to refer to discipline and classroom control. The most contemporary term used by all teachers in place of "discipline and control" is "classroom management." It may come across as powerful. There are so many different classroom management techniques are found which are named as dealing with discipline inside and outside the classroom, teaching and learning dimension, interaction during the lesson, teacher-student personal communication, psychological and social classroom environment. The study was quantitative and descriptive design was used. All of the district Narowal's public secondary schools made up the population. Multistage sampling technique was used in this research. The instrument of the study were questionnaires. The findings shows that there was highly significant effect of classroom management techniques on students’ academic performance.
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