Classroom Environment

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  • Essay On Classroom Environment

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    The environment that a person is in has an influence on their behavior and mood. Teachers are usually responsible for the structural set up and decoration of their classrooms. Since the classroom setting is one of the places that a student is in for several hours of the day, the environment of the room most likely affects the mood and behavior of the students and teacher on a daily basis. Humans have a distinctive awareness of their environment and seek out environments with certain qualities. People

  • The Importance Of The Classroom Environment

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      A child’s classroom needs to reflect the students, their family and the community they live in. Children and families should feel a sense of belonging within the classroom. The student and families should see themselves in the environment. (Sparks, 2010) The classroom environment should aid a child in developing a positive self- concept, identity and attitudes. (ADL, 2015) From the toys and games the children play to the lesson plans that are implemented in class it should all be presented in

  • Reflection On Classroom Environment

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    First of all, I would let her know that I am here to help and support her. I would ask her to evaluate her classroom environment, and classroom management; and consider making some changes. Classroom environment plays a big role in a student’ s education. If children feel safe, comfortable, welcome, can express themselves, and enjoy being in you classroom, then they are more likely to have a better learning experience. They will be open to try new things, participate and communicate with the teacher

  • Classroom Environment Essay

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    By building a positive learning environment that requires both gender and cultural awareness. Teacher might believe their teaching, classrooms, or curriculum are free of bias. This week 's written assignment asks me to discuss the gender aware, culturally responsible classroom environment, teaching strategies/styles, and curriculum of the anti-bias classroom. Students who feel their experiences are unwelcome, judged, stereotyped, disrespected or invisible find it very difficult to engage in meaningful

  • Arranging the Classroom Environment

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    A distraction-free area of the classroom will be identified. Minimizing distraction will help ensure the student attends to the tutor. This area should contain two-desks/table and chairs. The desks are positioned so they are facing each other. The students will be talking with each other during peer tutoring. The tutoring area should be far enough away from the general classroom that it does not distract other students. Target Behaviors The following target behaviors were identified

  • Elements Of Effective Classroom Environment

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    An effective classroom environment is one where teachers and students are able to fully perform their respective roles with minimal interference. Creating an effective classroom environment is necessary to promote learning and elicit active participation in lesson activities. In order to facilitate and maintain an effective learning environment, there are several critical elements that must be considered and implemented. Some of these elements include; classroom design and layout, managing student

  • Positive Feedback and Classroom Environment

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    Positive Feedback and Classroom Environment Student work is typically met by teacher feedback on a number of important items, including his or her achievement, progress, and skills. How that feedback is structured and delivered is a matter for debate among educators. The method and type of feedback teachers use in response to appropriate or inappropriate student behavior shapes the classroom environment (Conroy, Sutherland, Snyder, Al-Hendawi, & Vo, 2009). A potential role for administrators is

  • Importance Of Room Environment In The Classroom

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    Room environment has a significant impact on a students learning process. The room environment includes anything, such as how the class is set up to how the teacher interacts with the students. If the room and teacher are boring, the student will also be bored as well. However, if the room is exciting and the teacher is dedicated to making learning fun, then the student will also find learning exciting. Mrs. Razo 's sixth grade class has a room that 's filled with excitement and potential at George

  • Ideal Classroom Environment Essay

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    Ideal Classroom Physical Environment: During the first day of school, a variety of different students enter the classroom. These students are excited and nervous, they have their parents by their sides who are observing the classroom walls and arrangement. From the minute the students enter the classroom, students are observing the classroom environment and notice the everything. Everything in the classroom needs to have a purpose, but provide a pleasant environment. When preparing and organizing

  • Theories Within the Classroom Environment

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    The foundation of a classroom setting is based on theories that enhance student learning, have a positive impact on the classroom environment and may “provide valuable guidance for teachers” (Cooper, 2006, cited in Eggen and Kauchak, 2010). Even though teaching is about what a student is taught, there are certain practises that are used to get the most out of students without the student realising. Experts in the field have developed different theories that aim to provide an answer as to how and