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High school teachers' management strategies towards classroom behaviors of students. A basis for an intervention program

of: Russel Moreno

GRIN Publishing, 2016

ISBN: 9783668357495 , 79 Pages

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High school teachers' management strategies towards classroom behaviors of students. A basis for an intervention program


 

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership, , language: English, abstract: The present study is about the secondary teachers' management strategies regarding their students' classroom behavior in Pilot and Lower-hetero sections in Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation Candelaria, Inc. within the school year 2014-2015. This study has three important purposes: (1) to identify the behaviors of students in Pilot and Lower-hetero classes, (2) to determine the management strategies of teachers regarding their students' classroom behavior and (3) to view the differences between the management of high school teachers regarding the behaviors of students in Pilot and Lower-hetero class. Moreover, the researcher aims to improve the managerial skills of teachers with the aid of the findings and able to use to develop an intervention program. The respondents of the study are twenty four (24) faculty members of Secondary Education level in Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation Candelaria, Inc. and were chosen through the use of purposive sampling method. Criteria were set so that the researcher would come up with the appropriate number of respondents. Respondents were given two sets of questionnaires with the same contents: one for Pilot class and other is for Lower-hetero class. First part was designed to identify the behavior of students and the second was designed for the management of teachers in pilot and lowerhetero classes based on time, instruction, classroom environment, relation and discipline. The researcher sought the permission of the administrator/school principal during the data gathering procedure. The questionnaire was administered, collected, tallied, tabulated and interpreted. The study revealed that the students from pilot class are identified to be class achievers and the lower-hetero class is classroom helpers. Teachers, on the other hand, identified that both students from pilot and lower-hetero classes are exhibiting aggressive behaviors. Teachers also revealed that they ALWAYS manage their time, instruction, classroom environment, relation and discipline. In terms of differences, they revealed that there is SIGNIFANT DIFFERENCES in time and discipline with the t-computed values of 1.82 and 2.7 respectively. However, they found out that there is NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES in terms of instruction and relation with the t-computed values of 0.12 and 0.59 respectively and has NO DIFFERENCE in classroom environment with the t computed value of 0.