Classroom Management Survey

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In fulfillment to the partial requirements of this research leading to the course Bachelor in Elementary Education, the undersigned would like to ask your utmost cooperation by answering this checklist. Rest assured that all responses will be treated confidentially and for academic purposes only.

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Direction: check the column opposite each item according to your honest assessment of the effectiveness of the classroom management practices. Please answer all items.
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3 Not effective

A. Teaching Management | VE | E | NE | 1. Plans daily lesson well. | | | | 2. Has adequate knowledge of the subject matter. | | | | 3. Creative in using of instructional materials and resources. | | | | 4. Encourages pupils to think and express themselves. | | | | 5. Has a good command of all language of instructions. | | | |

B. Classroom Discipline Practices | | | | 1. Sees to it that courtesy and silence are observed in class. | | | | 2. Checks the attendance before each period and requires admission slip from any student who has been absent or late. | | | | 3. Requires students to respect the seating arrangements fixed by teacher adviser, placing the students in so far as possible in seats that fit them, placing students with defects of hearing or vision near the front of the room | | |…...

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