The Effects of Classroom Management on Student Performance.
This paper proposes a study on the effects of the classroom management on the student performance especially for the Malaysian students. 1.2 Background of the Study
A few studies had been made to determine the relationship between the classroom management and the student performance. One of the studies had been carried out by the student of Henan Polytechnic University Jiaozuo City, China. According to the studies, classroom management is one of school management important part. Classroom management are also closely linked with other aspects of school management. Teachers, the executives of classroom management, own the management and quality level adapted to modern society are the effective ways of the classroom management (Zhao, 2011). 1.3
Motivation of the Study
Previous research had been made on the effect of the classroom management towards student performance. Most of all poor classroom management violates the “human” principles and its corresponding principles. The core and driving force of modern management is human and people’s enthusiasm (Zhao, 2011). The previous research also identify what kind of approach that are suitable for the classroom management. The systematic approaches should be use as classroom management tools, by applying assertive discipline to the students. Assertive discipline that suitable been apply is discipline without Stress (DWS). The approach is designed to educate young people about the value of internal motivation. The intention is to prompt and develop within youth a desire to become responsible and self-disciplined and to put forth effort to learn. The most significant characteristics of DWS are that it is totally non-coercive (but not permissive) and takes the opposite approach to Skinnerian behaviourism that relies on external sources for reinforcement (Marshal, Dr Marvin, 2001). Nowadays, in Malaysia, often been seen in the local news the issues regarding to the students behaviour towards their teacher. There is an article that been published “A Video of the Student attacking their Teacher in Sarawak are Spread Widely in the Internet”, according to this article, the students are not satisfy with his teacher, so he put a fight to his teacher, to show his anger. This shows that, there a still a few of Malaysian students are lack of manner, lack of discipline and this also shows how weak our classroom management (Salwa, 2010). 1.4 Objectives
1.4.1 General Objective
To study about classroom management and the student performance.
1.4.2 Specific Objective
To study about classroom management and the student performance in Malaysian classroom.
1.4 Research Questions
* Does classroom management effect towards student performance?
1.6 Conceptual Framework
| Dependent Variable
Classroom ManagementTeaching technique
| Student performance
1.7 Operational Definition of Terms
i. Classroom management
The ability to plan, control and facilitate interaction in the classroom that is appropriate to the activity and promotes learning and takes into account different needs and abilities of learners and demonstrates an awareness of Equal Opportunities and Diversity issues (British Council, 2007). 1.8 Significance of the Study
The outcome of this study can help the teacher to create a new classroom management that effective ways to approach the students to do well not just in their academic but in their time management. This will ensure to increase the teachers teaching skills and the school reputations in Malaysian classroom. 1.9 Scope of the Study
The study will be focused on the classroom Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Semerah Padi. 2. Literature Review
3.1 Classroom Management
Excellent classroom management not only means that teachers have to minimize the bad...
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