INVESTIGATION OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES USED BY UNIVERSITY TEACHERS
The main goal of this study was to find out how university lecturers felt about the classroom management tactics they utilised. This was a quantitative study. The study's goals were to look into university teachers' perceptions of physical and psychological practises for maintaining a positive classroom environment, to see if there was a link between teacher experience, age, and qualification and classroom management methodologies, and to compare male and female university teachers' perspectives of classroom management strategies. The information was gathered from 60 instructors using a self-developed questionnaire. The researcher utilized the SPSS 20 version to analyze the data, and the T-test, mean score, standard deviation, and percentage were the statistics employed. According to the findings, university teachers have an aboveaverage level of observance when it comes to lesson planning, conversation, physical resources, handling student behaviour, time management, and teaching methodology and professional effective teaching, and an average standard of observance when it comes to teaching method of analysis and skilled teaching techniques. While organizing workshops, training, and seminars for university professors, it is suggested that some of the deficiencies connected to teaching technique and skills be addressed.