Ensuring Healthy Teacher-Student Relationship in Mathematics and Science Classes through Strategic Classroom Management

Mimi Martha CHIANSON, Eriba Emmanuel OTOR


In our efforts to build a veritable educational system and develop genuine intellectual skills, the challenges of our classroom management must not be undermined. The classroom management of mathematics and science which are one coil with different faces is the thrust of this article. It is believed that effective classroom management among mathematics and science teachers would enhance class control, discipline, good conduct and improve instructional attainment. This paper identifies a strategic classroom management as a process by which teachers analyze the internal and external environment for the purpose of formulating strategic and allocating relevant resources to develop students’ intellectual abilities. The paper highlights three main components of classroom management to include content management, conduct management and covenant management. Principles of strategic classroom management were also discussed. It recommended that mathematics and science teachers should choose strategic classroom management procedures that can help sustain and maintain a health classroom interaction for free flow of learning.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ire.v3i1.7000


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