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Abstract

Teachers are responsible for delivering classroom‐management plans and behavior support plans; however, many struggle to implement them consistently. Low levels of treatment integrity may be the result of various implementation barriers. No study has been conducted to examine teachers’ experience of these barriers within the context of specific interventions.

Keywords

classroom management, effective classroom management, behavior, lesson plans, barriers in classroom.

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Bekkulova Hojar Zayniddinovna, Akramova Kamola Akramovna, Shomurodova Shahlo Jahonovna, and Nazarova Nurjahon Bahodirovna, “BARRIERS IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND COURSE CLIMATE”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 4, p. 4, Jun. 2020.

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