Classroom Management Plan Of Private High School Teachers in Taal, Batangas: A Scaffold For Online Teaching
RACHELLE B. LASCANO1, ANGELIKA C. DE ROXAS2, ANGELICA C. MARCELLANA3, ELAINE NOREEN G. BAXA4
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Batangas State University- Lemery, Campus, Lemery, Batangas, Philippines
Classroom management increases meaningful academic learning. So, the researchers aimed to ascertain the classroom management plan of private high school teachers in Taal, Batangas as a scaffold for online teaching. This study determined the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, and grade level and sought the classroom management of the teachers in terms of space, time, materials, and activities. More so, it assessed the significant relationship between classroom management and respondents’ profile. A classroom management plan was proposed to sustain an orderly classroom environment. It involved 150 Junior High school students in private high schools in Taal, Batangas as respondents. It used descriptive research using a researcher-made questionnaire as a main data gathering instrument. It employed the following statistical tools: percentage, weighted mean, and chi-square. Findings revealed that the majority of the respondents are 13-14 years old, female, and Grade 9 students. Classroom management in space, time, materials and activities are highly effective to facilitate social and emotional growth among the Junior High School students in private high schools in Taal, Batangas. Also, there is a significant relationship between classroom management and respondents’ profile excluding the gender. Still, a classroom management plan was crafted to achieve intellectually-stimulating online learning.
Keyword: Classroom Management Plan, Scaffold, Online Teaching