Maham Muzamil1 & Gulzar H. Shah2 & Kamran James3
1Maham Muzamil, Department of education, Forman Christian College, A Chartered University, Lahore, Pakistan
2Gulzar H Shah, Department Public Health, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Georgia Southern University, USA
3Kamran James, Department of Political science, Forman Christian College, A Chartered University, Lahore, Pakistan
Abstract: The principal aim of this study was to determine the impact of teachers’ classroom manners, teaching strategies, and parents’ socioeconomic status on students’ academic performance. We used a two-stage probability sampling to select a final sample of 610 secondary school students of 9th and 10th grade based on a sampling frame targeting all government schools provided by the Education District Officer (EDO). Multinomial Logistic Regression and Bivariate analyses were employed to test the significance of factors affecting students’ academic performance, utilizing several variables, including teacher classroom manners, teaching strategies, and parents’ socioeconomic status. Statistical analysis revealed that students’ academic performance is impacted by the teacher’s behavior and methods of teaching used. Academic programs may consider our findings of factors affecting students’ academic performance when planning strategies for academic improvements. They may organize different workshops and training programs for teachers which will in return improve students’ academic performance.
Keywords: Students’ Perception, Classroom Manners, Teaching Strategies, Socioeconomic Status, Secondary Education, Academic Performance
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