Role of Head Teacher As Classroom Management

                 Role and Responsibilities of Head Teacher 

                                         As Classroom Management


Classroom management place a vital roll in making the learning process interesting and to achieve the students’ learning outcomes in this regard teacher’s roll are, students’ seating arrangement and discipline are very important



 The head teacher will be able to:

Understand the importance of classroom management

·         Identify the advantage of effective management of the learning and teaching process


                                                        Classroom Management

Classroom management plays a vital role in students’ learning. In this context teachers’ role students’ seating arrangement and discipline all play an important role. The most effective activities can become almost useless if the class is not organized effectively.

A well managed classroom results in active learning. It helps to develop and maintain an environment in the class which encourages students as well as the teachers to achieve their learning goals.         

                         Advantages of Effective Classroom Management

Effective classroom management:

Role of Head Teache As Classroom Management

    Helps to achieve the learning outcomes

·         Makes the learning process interesting and appropriate.
·         Enhances the holistic development of the learners in six domains i. e. physical, social, emotional, cognitive, psychological and  linguistic
·         Enables learners and teachers to express themselves confidently
·         Helps the teacher to use time and resources effectively
·         Makes students independent learners
·         Teaches respect for values, attitudes and belief of each individual
·         Allows students to develop a sense of responsibility
·         Develop the ability to share and work collaboratively
·         Develop a positive teacher – student relationship

    Head Teacher’s Activities                                Frequency

1: Classroom Observation
·         Observe the classes when teachers are conducting the lessons
·         Take notes of important aspects of the lesson (strengths and weaknesses)
·         Observe physical features of lesson
3 times a month
2: Meeting with Teachers
·         Begin with positive aspects of lesson
·         Discuss/ suggest points for improvement
Carry out at least 3 lesson observations per month and have individual talk with the teachers afterwards
After the Classroom Observation
3: Teachers’ Group Meetings
After taking observation of the classes, arrange meetings with teachers’ groups. The following questions should be discussed in such meetings.
·         How did the lesson go?
·         What problems did they face, with regard to classroom management?
·         How can it be done differently?
·         Who can help?
·         What material did they use? If not, why?
·         How can they do better next time?
In these meetings the head teacher should encourage the teachers to give solutions to the problems








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