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The effect of classroom organization on academic achievement in graded and nongraded classes
Ruth E. Muck
Written in English
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the student body, all had an effect on student outcomes. In comparison to student background, however, these effects appeared quite modest. Much of the quantitative research that focused specifically on teaching conformed to a similar pattern, finding little relationship between teacher inputs and student achievement. The. This study investigates the effect of the flipped classroom and cooperative learning methods - which are both accepted as active learning methods, both when applied together or separately - on academic achievement and the motivation levels of 4th-grade social studies students.
Studies in which the cognitive or achievement effects of multigrade and single-grade classes were compared revealed no consistent differences between these two types of classroom organization (median ES). Studies of the noncognitive effects of multigrade and single-grade classes also produced no consistent differences (median ES = +). However, female students with higher estimated academic abilities benefitted more than less talented female peers with a one point higher score on the math qualifying exam associated with 45% of a grade point more in the single-sex classroom and only 31% of a grade point more in the coeducational classroom.
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The article concludes that nongraded organization can have a positive impact on student achievement if cross-age grouping is used to allow teachers to provide more direct instruction to students but not if it is used as a framework for individualized by: THE EFFECT OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF PUPILS IN PRIMAY SCHOOLS: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ODEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT, AREA OF OGUN STATE.
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Classroom management is a significant part of effective teaching and learning process.
Due to an effective classroom. Teacher organization is a crucial part of classroom functioning; however, its relation to student achievement has not been investigated as extensively as that of instruction. In this study, organization is defined as the amount of time teachers spend explaining the purpose and procedures of learning activities and daily by: It is concluded that nongraded organization has a positive impact on student achievement if it allows teachers to provide direct instruction to students outside of the framework of individualized by: 4.
The findings revealed that a well-managed and vibrant classroom environment has a positive effect on the academic achievement of students in the subject of Pakistan studies at secondary level.
Classroom Peer Effects and Student Achievement Mary A. Burke and Tim R. Sass Abstract: In this paper we analyze the impact of classroom peers on individual student performance with a unique longitudinal data set covering all Florida public school students in grades 3‐10 over a five‐year period. The school structure or school organization for each grade level is also frequently considered when planning ways to improve student achievement.
Over the past few decades, many schools across the country have begun to try various school structures, in the search to find the one that has the best student outcome.
Even when they don’t try to minimize their academic effort, many students base their sense of self on academic achievement, often in the form of grades.
A psychology study found that over 80% of college freshmen based their self-worth on academic competence—more than family support, appearance, or any other single factor. The Effect of Classroom Environment on Student Learning Ryan Hannah Western Michigan University, [email protected] Each of these can impact a student’s focus and achievement in the class.
They can also affect a teacher’s attitude in the class. Classroom organization can also play a very large role in student discipline. When a. student achievement. I build on this discussion by exploiting within-school, between-grade, and cross-cohort variation in scores from two observation instruments; further, I condition on a uniquely rich set of teacher characteristics, practices, and skills.
Findings indicate that inquiry-oriented instruction positively predicts student achievement. This paper focused to find out the effect of teacher's behavior on academic performance of students.
Teacher's behavior, as measured by the standard inventory used in this research, comprises of. The academic achievement of students of a particular classroom can be attributed to the teachers’ ability to manage and control the classroom during instruction.
Oyira () reported that the variable that measures the classroom In order to promote organization in the classroom, a teacher could choose to implement one, two, or all three. A study deterMined the effect of.
school organization- on. pupil. attitudes, achievement, conceptual. maturity, and. classroom behavior.-Ten teachers in each of three groups in a. midwestern school. district were selected. and pupils enrolled in their. classes comprised - the-,sample.
An experimental. group was a. nongraded. Effects of Classroom Structure on Student Achievement Goal Orientation SHANNON R. SELF-BROWN SAMUEL MATHEWS, 11 University of West Florida ABSTRACT The authors assessed how classroom structure influenced student achievement goal orientation for mathe- matics.
Three elementary school classes were assigned ran- fifth-grade classes and I. The authors assessed how classroom structure influenced student achievement goal orientation for mathematics. Three elementary school classes were assigned randomly to 1 classroom structure condition: token economy, contingency contract, or control.
Students in each condition were required to set individual achievement goals on a weekly basis. (median ES = +). The article concludes that nongraded organization can have a positive impact on student achievement if cross-age grouping is used to allow teachers to provide more direct instruction to students but not if it is used as a framework for individualized instruction.
achievement in upper elementary grades in public schools. The purpose of this study was to identify if associations exist between classroom organizational structures and student achievement (CRT/TCAP) scores.
Quantitative data were used to distinguish grade organization in relation to student achievement using standardized test data.
Standard t-test and ANOVA were applied to investigate the effect of different factors on students’ achievement. The results of the study revealed that socio-economic status (SES) and parents’ education have a significant effect on students’ overall academic achievement as well as achievement in the subjects of Mathematics and English.
Since its first publication inThe Nongraded Elementary School has become a classic in school reform literature. This reissue includes a retrospective introduction on what happened to nongraded alternatives in the aftermath of “Sputnik” educational reforms, what is occurring amid the current resurgence of school reform, and what the prospects are for the future.
The results of tests administered to the students suggested the following conclusions: (1) The nongraded form of organization encouraged pupil development in conceptual maturity and participation in group activities, (2) teachers in the nongraded school were more tolerant of"disorderly pupil behavior" than were teachers in the graded schools, (3) the graded form of organization encouraged pupil development in achievement.
A study determined the effect of school organization on pupil attitudes, achievement, conceptual maturity, and classroom behavior. Ten teachers in each of.achievement.
Classroom management plays a major role in a student’s classroom achievement. Unfortunately, many of the education reforms have failed to mention or address the relationship between student achievement and student discipline (American Association of School Administrators, ; Brannon, ).
Throughout the decades, classroom. On the other hand, having said all this adverse effect of grading and reasons why grades affect the performance of students in the current education system, grades have positive results.
Grade provides feedback about the achievements of the student.