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AN ASSESSMENT OF PROBLEMS AND NEEDS OF MARITIME FACULTY MEMBERS REGARDING STUDENT-DISCIPLINE

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Author(s): Jake M. Laguador | Ferdinand Alcantara

Journal: Academic Research International
ISSN 2223-9944

Volume: 4;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 65;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Student Discipline | Problems | needs | coping mechanism

ABSTRACT
This study determined the student-discipline problems encountered among Lyceum International Maritime Academy (LIMA) faculty members and their needs to address these problems in implementing classroom management properly. Seventeen (17) faculty members of LIMA were included in the study as respondents from Lyceum of the Philippines University in Batangas City. The descriptive type of research wasutilized in the study. Results showed that LIMA Faculty members encountered cheating more often as number one improper behavior inside the classroom. Aside from this, copying of assignments from their classmates is another form. They also encountered acts of disrespect, vandalism and use of foul or vulgar language.Patience must always be the number one trait to posses by teachers to lessen anger due to individual differences of their students with different attitudes, moods, character, orientation and culture. Keeping the students motivated to perform their school activities well is one of the tasks must not be ignored by the teachers. Theproblems of the students must control or direct the mind-set of the teachers regarding their role as second parents. Students come to school not just to gain knowledge or learn some skills but also to earn real values.
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