Student Teachers’ Classroom Management Orientations and Their Beliefs on Effective Teaching Behaviour
Alena Letina and Marina Diković

Summary:  This study primarily explored student teachers’ classroom management orientations, their beliefs regarding effective research-based teaching behaviours and the correlation of these variables. A sample of 238 future teacher students was considered. The results indicated that high-quality classroom management orientations correlated with students’ positive beliefs regarding research-based effective teaching behaviours. The obtained results emphasised the importance of developing adequate attitudes of future teachers towards classroom management styles and effective teaching behaviours, which could significantly impact their teaching practices and the success of their future students’ learning.

Journal of Contemporary Educational Studies is
published with support of Slovenian Research Agency.