INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, LEARNERS AND LEARNING
Learners’ Behavior in the Classrooms of Nepali Private Schools

Jiban Khadka 1, Navin Poudel 1 2 *

International Journal of Professional Development, Learners and Learning, Volume 4, Issue 2, Article No: ep2210

https://doi.org/10.30935/ijpdll/12328

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Abstract

Learners’ behavior in terms of ability and willingness are essential factors to improve their learning achievement. This study explores the learners’ behavior attributed by their teachers in terms of learners’ readiness level employing qualitative research through the workshop method among a purposive sample of fourteen teachers from five private schools of Kathmandu district to collect the information. The thematic analysis of the participants’ collaborative shared experience was used to analyze the attributed behavior of the learners under two themes: Learners’ ability-related behavior and willingness-related behavior. From the study, it was found that willingness is an important aspect in determining a learner’s behavior, but it also interacts with ability. The findings of the study suggest the teacher to keep a balance between personal and environmental factors to modify the learners’ undesired behaviors that eventually enhance the learners’ learning achievement.

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