Making Everyone Happy
We all have our own preconceived mindsets of how our educational surroundings should be arranged and how a perfect classroom should be. While preparing for the ultimate classroom we should keep in mind the following conditions. These conditions should involve input from teachers and students alike, while also keeping in mind parent's and school faculty's needs.
To a teacher, a perfect classroom would involve many things. Most importantly a teacher would like to have eager students that are chomping at the bit to learn the information. If a teacher's classroom had 28 enthusiastic students it would make for a happy teacher and it would give the instructor more time to teach. Also, a teacher needs sufficient supplies needed to teach the lesson plan. In order to prepare for this they would need proper lighting, a chalkboard, books, lesson plans, etc. They should also have a podium where they can properly stand and lecture while staying in an authoritative mode.
Students, on the other hand, would wish for a few different things in their perfect classrooms. They should have windows and colorful pictures around the classroom to stimulate their minds. Also, to stimulate their minds, should be a caring teacher ready to provide them with their knowledge of that particular subject. Additionally, there should be proper heating and cooling in the varying seasons because it is almost impossible to comprehend anything when you are sweating or shivering. It is also important to have a lunch/snack time where children can rest their minds and reenergize for the rest of the day. Lastly, there should always be at least one know-it-all kid in the room who can take the pressure off of all the other kids when they don't know the answer.
Parents play an important role in a child's education as well. Room mothers in every classroom are a good way to keep parents involved in their child's lives and to keep their children out of trouble....
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