Towards a Better English Classroom: Implementing Effective Classroom Management Strategies

Sana' Mohammad Omar Ababneh

Abstract


This paper investigated to what extent EFL staff at Al-Balqa’a Applied University implement
appropriate classroom management elements from the perspective of their students’. The
results showed that students believed that their English teaching staff at the university
displayed good implementation of classroom elements under study. Factors like gender and
academic major at the university did not have a significant influence on students’ responses.
Findings may be useful to English teachers and teacher educators in developing a
self-judgment process in order to revise their practice to enhance the educational experience.
This is especially true for novice teachers who need advice in managing their classes.
Furthermore, the study sheds light on the importance of giving the students’ a role in
assessing their teachers and to pinpoint the positive and the negative points in their
classrooms. This could create a better teaching atmosphere which of course could lead to a
successful learner.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v4i4.2563

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