Implementation of Effective Strategies Regarding Classroom Management in Public and Private Schools: A Comparative Study

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Amna Shaheen, Dr. Quratulain, Dr. Sidra Kiran, Dr. Iffat Basit, Wajid Mehnaz, Muhammad Wasim Shahzad


The basic purpose of this comparative study was to attain awareness regarding effective classroom management strategies which are implemented in both Public and Private schools in Punjab province, Pakistan. Classroom management is an important component of a successful teaching- learning process. Students prosper in a productive learning environment much better due to effective classroom discipline. This study will provide an acute understanding to determine the efficacy of the current approaches which are used in the Public and Private sectors. The study was quantitative in setting and a survey method was used to collect the desired data from the respondents. Two hundred teachers were randomly selected from both Public and Private schools. Research participants were from higher secondary level and 100 from each sector. It was concluded that the infrastructure, physical environment of the classroom, and seating arrangement are organized in both sectors. However, cognitive and behavioral issues were not remedied in public schools. But rather in private schools, students' cognitive and behavioral issues were addressed properly. Similarly, there was no uniformity in the standard of education throughout each class in Public schools, but there was consistency and stability in the teaching standards throughout each class in private schools. The study's final recommendations will be supportive and helpful in designing appropriate and more effective strategies regarding the implementation of well-organized classroom management approaches at the higher secondary level in Punjab province.

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