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Learning Environment In The Classroom Essays and Term Papers

  • Creating an Effective Learning Environment in the Classroom

    Expectations (TPE's). One very important TPE is creating an effective and efficient learning environment. This is very important for everyone in the teaching profession to create and maintain this TPE in their classroom. I am observing Mrs. S in a 4th-5th combo class at an elementary school in Denair...

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  • Classroom Environment

    I want my classroom to be “a home away from home” so that’s why I have decided to make it very simple yet functional. The seating arrangement will be designed in a systematic way so that the organization of the seats helps the students to feel more organized. The main tables are in the middle of the...

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  • Classroom Environment

    weeks is enough to establish a student friendly classroom environment in Mapua Institute of Technology. This paper aims to view the effects of the environment to the student’s style of learning and also to view points on how the two sides of a classroom can interact with less stress. During the process...

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  • The Classroom Environment

    THE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT The article focuses on classroom environment and its characteristics. The environment in the class influences how teachers and students feel and behave. What is more, its qualities can have a lasting effect on our lives. The teacher’s challenge is to make the classroom environment...

    412 Words | 2 Pages

  • Learning Environment

    Running head: Paradigm Evaluation of Learning Environments Paradigm Evaluation of Learning Environments Judarrah Hawkins Grand Canyon University: EDA 575 June 22, 2011 Belief|Operationalized|Opposing Belief|Operationalized| State assessments measure students learning|Standardized testing initiated...

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  • Learning Environment

    strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry." Many educational theorists and gifted teachers have taken this to heart and endeavored to create learning environments that reflect innovations that are both intuitive and ingenious. This paper shows, that, unfortunately, we often see these same innovations stifled...

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  • Learning Environment

    skill required by today's leaders and managers. Senge (1990) believes that learning organizations exposes people to new opportunities to expand their learning capacity (p.3). Pedler, et.al (1991) believes that this learning must be available to all members of the organization to be effective in overall...

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  • Learning Environments

    served its purpose towards practical outcomes very well, to that time. It became progressively more and more competitive. Schools focused on rote based learning aimed at numerical scores, with less focus on aspects like critical thinking, analytical approach, creative thinking etc. Students were pushed through...

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  • Learning Environment

    other hand, learning environment is also the important factor affect leaners to learn English. Learning environments are typically constructivist in nature, engaging learners in "sense-making" or reasoning about extensive resource sets.When learners study in a great learning environment,their motivation...

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  • Learning Environment

    Facilitating Learning and Assessment In Practice In my portfolio I will identify the current learning needs, agreement of learning and assessment of contract as well as how mentor could help in facilitating and assessment learning in my unit. It included about adult learning, strategies...

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  • The Learning Environment

    Reyes, Karlotte Mildred H. CPE 1 The Learning Environment The core business of schools is to provide students with a rich learning environment that is open, respectful, caring and safe. This ideal learning environment optimises wellbeing. It reflects a positive school ethos that makes the school...

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  • learning environment

    HARD COPY Learning Environment This ideal learning environment optimizes wellbeing. It reflects a positive school ethos that makes the school an exciting, stimulating and welcoming place. 10 Characteristics of a Highly Effective Learning Environment 1. The students ask the questions—good...

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  • learning environments

    outdoor learning environment is very important to the learning style that a child will receive in their development. I made my observation in a toddler room/setting where my friend works. It’s a regular daycare center that focuses on learning in and outside. I liked their indoor learning environment just...

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  • learning environment

    Active Learning Environment Introduction “The environment we are in affects our moods, the ability to form relationships and the effectiveness in work or play, even our health.” (Bullard, 2006). In effectively educating children an educator must build a foundation that has a stimulating environment...

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  • Learning Environment

    _____ The use and organisation of the space in the classroom, daily schedule and routines and the social emotional atmosphere together makes the learning environment of the classroom. The children's play items are the "raw materials" of learning. The space and materials in a HighScope setting are carefully...

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  • the learning environment

    THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT All establishments require ground rules and other techniques to encourage an effective learning environment. Ground rules are boundaries, rules and conditions within which students can safely work and learn. They should underpin appropriate behavior and respect for everyone...

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  • Learning Environment

    TITLE Self-Regulated Learning in Working with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) BACKGROUND An important goal of education is to develop students as self-regulated learners who are not only cognitively, but metacognitively, engaged in their own learning experiences. The proposed...

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  • Learning Environment

    Agreeing ground rules It is vitally important that co-operative learning teams establish ground rules for working together. Four possible methods of doing this are suggested. The learning objectives are the same, whatever method is used. Do not worry if learners miss out ground rules that you think...

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  • Learning in Classroom Not the Only Way for Learning

    Learning in classroom not the only way for learning, I believe learning through extra-curricular activities makes me learn much more . When I was studied in primary school, I like playing football very march. Therefore I hope that I could joined the football team in form 1. Unfortunately I was failed...

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  • school and classroom environment

    78 Learning takes place within a web of social relationships as teachers and pupils interact both formally and informally. Schools are institutional spaces for communities of learners, including both students and teachers. Play and scuffle with one’s friends on the school grounds, free time to...

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