PERCEPTIONS OF HEAD TEACHERS REGARDING STUDENTS’ DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR IN CLASSROOM AT SECONDARY LEVELS

Authors

  • Muhammad Ihsan Ph.D. Scholar, Institute of Education & Research, Gomal University, D.I.Khan, KP
  • Dr. Malik Amer Atta Assistant Professor, Institute of Education & Research, Gomal University, D.I.Khan, KP

Keywords:

Disorderly Behavior, Students, Head Teachers, Secondary Schools, Perception.

Abstract

Disorderly behavior is accelerating day by day and is increasing with passage of time. Its causes are nourishing in the shape of unwanted results like inadequate skills power and inadequate behavior formation. Public and Private schools are affected with this problem. The study was descriptive in nature. The Population of the study was based on the Public and Private Secondary School female and male teachers, heads and students of District D.I.Khan, Lakki Marwat, & Karak (Zone-IV of KP).Out of (N=304) respondents, (n=230) respondents, 230 head teachers (132 males and 98 females were taken as sample of the study by applying multistage sampling techniques through Kerjcie and Morgan (1970) formula. Data was accumulated via quantitymethod through self- developed questionnaire of 5-Points Likert scale. The key purpose of the study was to know the perceptions of head teachers regarding students’ disorderly behavior in classroom at secondary levels in district D.I.Khan, Lakki Marwat, and Karak. The study was delimitated merely head teachers of both genders (males and females) at Secondary level in Southern districts of KP (D.I.Khan, Lakki Marwat, and Karak). Results and conclusions were drawn in the study and recommendations were given at the end for further improvement in the study.

Published

2021-06-29

How to Cite

Muhammad Ihsan, & Dr. Malik Amer Atta. (2021). PERCEPTIONS OF HEAD TEACHERS REGARDING STUDENTS’ DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR IN CLASSROOM AT SECONDARY LEVELS . Pakistan Journal of Society, Education and Language (PJSEL), 7(2), 94-102. Retrieved from https://pjsel.jehanf.com/index.php/journal/article/view/454