Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on effect of class size on teachers teaching pervformance Paper must be at least 1250 words. Please, no plagiarized work! This study will explore the effect of class size on the teacher’s teaching performance. In order to determine the correlation, the study will rely on data that will be obtained from a survey that will be administered to preschool teachers. The survey will also be administered to parents who have sons/ daughters in the preschool. It will also have a qualitative aspect involving in-depth interviews that will be administered to five teachers in the preschool. The responses from the teachers and the parents will be analyzed using the Likert Scale. Five preschool teachers will take part in in-depth interviews. The feedback from the qualitative research will also be recorded and analyzed. The results from both the two parts of the study will be discussed and interpretation is done. In addition, suggestions from the study will be discussed.
A lot of studies have been carried out to determine the advantages and disadvantages of having a smaller class over a larger one. Researchers have tried to draw a correlation between the number of students in a classroom and the student’s academic performance, relationships, teacher morale, and teaching style. The findings from these research works have clearly indicated that there is some form of relationship between the number of students and the overall teaching experience in a classroom. The findings of these studies are based on empirical studies. This literature review will focus on the importance of a small class, the connection between class size and student-teacher relationship, student performance, and teaching style.
Among the most important issues that have been studied by educational reformists and researchers is the importance of having a smaller class size. According to Blatchford et al (2007), the size of a class is a very important indicator of the academic achievement of a class, student, and school. This view by Blatchford et al (2007) on the size of the classroom has made class reduction become an important aspect of education reforms in various countries around the globe. . .