The Management of student-learning in schools focuses instructional objectives to be related to decisions that teachers and students make in a class room. Student's cognitive structures, learning experiences, instructional and nurturing effects, feedback mechanism and instructional objectives are not only inter-related and internally related components in learning environment but also all these in combination forms a highly complicated 'Instructional system' which is intimidating to many teachers, students and school administrators. But it is true that if a teacher is truly to be a manager of learning, he must perform functions other than those performed by students, school administrators and parents and his repertoire must include Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor Skills. He needs to be able to carry out those functions which will allow him to make more effective decisions for the students. The book will undoubtedly assist the teachers to make the correct decisions for students, class room learning, and develop the appropriate, responsive professionalism Keeping theory of minimum level and emphasizing on actions and operations of the teachers in class room.