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THE EFFECT OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

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  • NGN 3000

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Classroom management is the heart of any educational system. No curriculum Planning is complete without implementation and evolution, both of which are mainly carried out in the classroom. Most of the class activities take place while pupils are seated. The seating arrangement is therefore too important to suffer the kind of neglect being experienced by many primary school pupils in the country today.

As rightly observed by Cohen and Manion (1983): A careful attention of seating arrangement contributes effectively to classroom management and control of overall success of the classroom. Observation reveals that in recent times, there has been astronomical rise in class size due to increase in environment of pupils in public primary schools. Some schools have as many as eighty (80), hundred (100) or above per class as against the teacher pupils ratio of 1:25 recommended by the National Policy on Education (FGN 2004) which  can affect pupils’s academic performance if classroom is not properly managed by the class management. This situation has multiple negative effects on teaching and learning as well as pupils academic outcome. This is evidenced in the failure rates recorded by pupils in external exams like W.A.E.C in core subjects like English Language between 2004 to date (Osin 2009). Apart from this, pupils no longer have confidence in writing exams on their own without examination mal practice (Mgbikem 2004). However, this research tends to take a look into how classroom management has affected the performance of pupils in primary schools.

1.3       PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

            The reason behind this research is to examine the effects of classroom management on pupils’ academic performance of pupils in some selected primary schools, in Odeda Local Government, Ogun State. The researcher is also interested in examining

1.         The extent that classroom management has contributed to teaching effectiveness

2.         The importance of classroom management to the pupils learning environment.

3.         How classroom management has contributed to the academic Performance of Pupils in primary school





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