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Ideally, classrooms in any colleges or institutions should facilitate learning no matter what subject is being taught, no matter how many students will attend, no matter what; there are no exceptions. In “Intercultural Communication Stumbling Blocks” by LaRay M. Barna discusses the difficulty of understanding each other culturally facilitates learning process. Therefore, Barna suggests that learning can be easier if we understand each other better. In “Creativity in the Classroom” by Ernest L. Boyer observes psychology lecture attended by 300 students that are still looking for seats to seat while the professor started talking. In addition, Boyer examines student’s opinion about professor teaching and if students are really learning or they are being stuffed. In “Teach Knowledge, Not Mental Skills” by Hirsh, made audience think about problems that America and its education system are teaching students in classroom. Learning in the classroom is consisting of creativity, participating, and excitement in learning in the classroom.
Firstly, creativity is beginning for better understanding in which students will be able to learn more efficiently. According to the Barna efficient way to learn is taking risks that result in more understanding and brotherhood between nations (Barna 66). Barna’s point-of-view is the understanding between other cultures help students learn ways to approach and ask questions or explain cultural differences if needed. Creative learning based on Boyer’s experience the undergraduate at their prime is active learners with disciplinary inquiry that heads of intelligence of the students (Boyer 87). Boyer is trying to explain the experience that student deal with in order to be intelligent, which is based on activ...

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...inal point, Learning in the classroom is consisting of creativity, participating, and excitement in learning in the classroom. Students sure have to admire the professor’s point- of- view and his/her creativity to educate the classroom. Learning in the classroom is consisting of creativity, participating, and excitement in learning in the classroom. In addition, participation in activities students usually feels they are being educated and that makes entire class much more enthusiastic place to learn and share knowledge with other students. Although, the excitement of getting students work recognized and that work is rewarded brings joy and excitement to classroom so students are eager to learn about new experiences. Mr. Litt’s idea of grade-by-grade program attracted visitors who admire Mr. Litt’s efforts to increase the knowledge his students observe in classroom.

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