B.Ed. Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding Classroom Management and Learner Discipline During Teaching Practice (75924)

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Teaching practice is a type of work-integrated learning as a period during which students work in the relevant industry to acquire specific in-service training to put theory into practice. It is an exercise aimed to expose student-teachers to the practical aspects of the teaching profession and to allow them to put their theoretical knowledge gained through classroom exchanges with their lecturers into practice. Undergraduate teaching practice is often separated into two six-week sessions that require students to participate in all elements of school life, including teaching, evaluation, and co-curricular activities. The study aims to investigate the B. Ed pre-service teachers regarding their classroom management and learner discipline during their teaching practice, so that they can be able to develop and maintain an adequate environment conducive to teaching and learning. The objective of this study is to determine the perceptions of the pre-service teachers regarding their classroom management and learner discipline during teaching practice. The study used qualitative methodology. The participants are teacher education students enrolled at the Central University of Technology. The study interviewed 10 3rd year and 10 4th year. Purposive sampling was employed, for data analysis, I employed thematic analysis. The significance of the study will specify that there is a need for the pre-service teachers to be supported and inducted during their teaching practice, to manage their classrooms and maintain discipline.

Authors:
Victoria Mahlape Mokone, Central University of Technology, South Africa
Wendy Setlalentoa, Central University of Technology, South Africa


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Posted by Clive Staples Lewis

Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00