TO STUDY THE IMPACTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT ON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI

Authors

  • Wajiha Raheeq, Mohammad Noman, Sadia Riaz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52337/pjer.v6i1.724

Abstract

The success of any nation's educational system depends on a number of factors coming together to provide the desired results. The effects of classroom management on students' interest in learning were investigated. It discusses methods used by educators to foster and safeguard students' intrinsic drive. The study examined what influences students' desire to learn. Population selected was the University of Karachi. Multiple departments of the University of Karachi were selected. A Survey of 100 respondents was conducted to diagnose certain aspects regarding classroom management and student motivation. The vast majority of students agreed that intrinsic drive was crucial to their academic success. The research also revealed the employment of a wide range of techniques for fostering and safeguarding intrinsic motivation in educational settings. Some of these methods include fostering an atmosphere where students feel safe voicing their opinions, recognizing that making errors is an integral part of the educational process, and surrounding them with positive role models. The research also uncovered a number of causes and effects of low classroom motivation. Some of these factors were the teacher's extensive knowledge of the material, which limited students' opportunities for questions and comments. Having a large number of pupils in a single class also contributed to the decline in conversation and led many professors to instead opt for a more traditional lecture format. It was also revealed that a lack of instructional aid was a factor impacting student motivation. Findings from the study recommended that educators should be provided with resources to assist them to improve their subject-matter and classroom-management knowledge so that they may better support their students' learning through effective instruction. The study also suggests that the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training take measures to ensure that class sizes are appropriate for teaching purposes and student learning gains.

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Published

2023-03-25

How to Cite

Wajiha Raheeq, Mohammad Noman, Sadia Riaz. (2023). TO STUDY THE IMPACTS OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT ON STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI. Pakistan Journal of Educational Research, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.52337/pjer.v6i1.724