The Effects of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on Classroom Management at Secondary Level


  • Amjad Ali Government Agricultural Research Station Swabi
  • Anum Irshad City university Peshawar
  • Nabeela Hayat CECOSS University Peshawar


Information Communication Technology, correlation, regression


The main objective of this study was to explore the effect of ICT use on Classroom management. The main independent variable of the study was the use of IT. While the sub independent variables included class room management (CM), Management of Teaching (MOT), Behavioral Management (BM), and Time Management (TM). The target population of the study was all the teachers of public and private, both girls and boys secondary school in district Swabi. A sample of 240 teachers was purposively selected having a truly representative character. A pilot study was conducted to determine the reliability and consistency of the research instrument. The result of the reliability test indicated Cronbach’s Alpha from acceptable to good range. Descriptive statistics indicated the demographic constitution of the sample. One sample t-test, Pearson Correlation Analysis, and Regression were applied for the data analysis. The major findings of the study indicated that elements of all four variables appeared to be having the mean and standard deviation values in a reasonably acceptable range. The result of the Pearson correlation suggested that the majority of elements statistically existed and were contributing effectively. Regression results of Class Management (CM) statistically significantly dependent on the aggregate determining variable CMA, having an aggregate effect of the determining variables MOT, BM and TM. It was recommended that the use of ICT in Management of teaching (MOT), Behavioral management (BM), and Time management (TM); may be generalized over the whole population.


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Ali, A., Irshad, A. ., & Hayat, N. . (2021). The Effects of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on Classroom Management at Secondary Level. Journal of Education And Humanities Research (JEHR), University of Balochistan, Quetta, 12(2), 10–17. Retrieved from