Autor(es): Sorbeto, Janeza Asenjo ; Corpuz, Onofre; Alcantara, Matt Edison G.
Pages: 13 p.
Serie: Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences
Series Volume: 16(4): 51-63
Classroom management is one of the most daunting challenges that teachers face, particularly new teachers. The study aimed to determine the Teaching efficiency and classroom management of teachers towards academic and non - academic learning outcomes of students’ in public secondary school in the Municipality of Magpet Cotabato Philippines. It describes the level of teaching efficiency of teachers in terms of; preparation of daily lesson log; submission of required documents; knowledge of subject matter; community involvement and professional growth and development and the level of classroom management of teachers in terms of, classroom routine; classroom discipline; relationship to students; personal leadership and communication and interaction. Results revealed that the factors affecting teaching efficiency of teachers were much efficient in terms of preparation of daily lesson log; community involvement; professional growth and development; and submission of required documents. The classroom discipline found to be the best predictor of classroom management that influenced learning outcomes in terms of grades for academic and membership to organization for non-academic matters. The classroom routine has significantly influence on learning outcomes in terms of sports and literary musical. Thereby concluding that classroom management is an important factor promoting academic and non-academic outcomes for the students.