“EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN IN A POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT, TO ENJOY THE LEARNING PROCESS, AND FEEL COMFORTABLE AND CONTENT WITHIN IT.”
– BARRY SAIDE
The classroom environment is a crucial factor affecting student learning. Simply put, students learn better when they view the learning environment as positive and supportive. One of the most important things a teacher can do is provide a positive learning experience. Setting up a positive learning environment is tricky, but not difficult. Get ready to learn about how to do…
Listening– Olive Trails school addresses every student’s needs. The teacher greets students in the virtual classroom every day. Listening to each child helps the students get to know the teacher.
Set expectations– A teacher’s responsibility is to set clear behavioral and academic expectations right from the beginning. Teachers who establish classrooms that are caring, supportive, safe, challenging, and academically robust help define a positive learning environment.
Sense of belonging– A positive classroom environment is one in which our learners feel a sense of belonging, trust others and feel encouraged to tackle challenges, take risks, and ask questions. A healthy classroom enables students and teachers to be at their best, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Planning– Right learning environment can have a very positive impact on a student. A well-planned and interactive classroom provides students with an exciting and dynamic way to learn. It also improves their knowledge and understanding.
Constructive feedback– Providing constructive feedback is one of the very important features to build a positive classroom environment. It helps students understand areas to be worked upon and also encourages them to improve themselves.
A constant encouraging and positive attitude of the teacher goes a long way to build positive reinforcements and an environment for the students.