Classroom Management: A Tool for Achieving Quality Secondary School Education in Nigeria

Osakwe, Regina N.

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This paper has highlighted the theoretical perspective of classroom management with regards to its concept, problems and roles of the classroom teacher in achieving a good learning atmosphere for quality secondary education. It also looked at the procedure of dealing with classroom management problems based on the three theoretical approaches of classroom management namely: the non-interventionist, the interventionist, and the interactionist. Finally, the paper recommends the techniques for promoting good classroom management for quality education to include: having leadership and management that will provide direction, planning, supervision, co-operation and co-ordination of teaching-learning process; teachers should have a positive role model; and there should be proper application of instructional materials and comfortable sitting arrangements to facilitate learning.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ije.v6i2.5616

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