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n Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies - Management of facilities in the classroom

Volume 4, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 2141-6990
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Abstract

As skeleton is to a person, so are facilities, or the school plant necessary for the realization of result-oriented teaching and learning. This chapter discusses management of facilities in the classroom, which bring about in the learner desirable change in behaviour through critical thinking. The paper highlighted classroom and types of classroom, facilities needed in the classroom, provision/management of facilities in the classroom, approaches/methodologies for facilities management, information communication technology and suggested remedies to promote effective maintenance of facilities in classroom management. The study is significant to all stakeholders in education. The pupils/students benefit as proper management of facilities will make learning environment conducive and also instill in the students the skill of maintenance. The teachers benefit because management of facilities is very essential in the effective coordination of activities in the classroom. If facilities are properly managed in the classroom, it minimizes cost to parents, as well as to the government. The study contributes immensely to knowledge and the existing literature because researchers are exposed to information and strategies for managing classroom facilities. Management of facilities to a greater extent boosts the standard in the education sector. ICT as learning and teaching resource gives reason to greater problem solving and critical thinking. Conclusion was drawn and possible revision questions were asked.

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2013-02-01
2019-09-19

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