Role of Classroom Management in Teaching Learning Process at ECE Level


  • Amina Tariq Teacher at Schools Education Department, Government of Punjab
  • Dr.Rukhsana Durrani AIOU
  • Liaqat Ali



Classroom Management, ECE, Learning Process


The purpose of this research study was to explore the role of classroom management in student participation and the teaching-learning process at the ECE level. To calculate the results of the study a sample of teachers from 49 girls’ schools and 44 boys’ schools were selected through a stratified random sampling technique and a further 40% of teachers were selected from each stratum. The study was delimited to government schools in the district Sahiwal where the ECE program was executed. This was quantitative research. A questionnaire on the 5-point Likert scale and an observation sheet were used to collect the data from participants of the study. The findings of the study reflect that well-managed classrooms lead to the learning of children and enhance the achievement of the students at the ECE level. Based on the findings, it is recommended that the teachers may give specific attention to the management of the classroom so it will accelerate the learning of the children at the ECE level.




How to Cite

Amina Tariq, Durrani, D., & Liaqat Ali. (2023). Role of Classroom Management in Teaching Learning Process at ECE Level. Journal of Contemporary Trends and Issues in Education, 2(3), 116–133.