Classroom Management Techniques: A Framework to Practice


  • Muhammad Latif Javed
  • Muhammad Asif Choudhary
  • Rashid Ahmad



Classroom Management, Management Techniques, Management Framework, Elementary Level


An effective classroom management is the key to better teaching-learning results and outcomes. It relates to creating a learning environment and focuses on developing an appropriate students’ behavior at early stage of students’ life. The main objective of the study was to analyze the classroom management techniques within the framework, used by elementary school teachers to make the process operative and successful at school level. The framework developed through the elements three main aspects static, dynamic and teachers’ perception about classroom management practices All the teachers teaching at elementary level and students enrolled at elementary level in district Mirpur (A.K) comprised the population. Data obtained was analyzed; the frequency, percentage and ranking were calculated. It revealed that the environment of classroom was generally suitable for teaching-learning process.  It was recommended to provide teaching A.V Aids to teachers accordingly their classrooms need. Teachers should modify their management techniques to meet the students’ needs on basis of individual differences of students’ in classrooms. As authoritative attitude of teachers discourages the student in their learning, there was need for a friendly environment so that teachers and students can work together to produce good results.


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How to Cite

Javed, M. L. ., Choudhary, M. A. ., & Ahmad, R. (2020). Classroom Management Techniques: A Framework to Practice. Review of Applied Management and Social Sciences, 2(2), 83-93.