CLASS­ROOM EN­VI­RON­MENT: IT’S IM­PACT ON LEARN­ING

Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! -

DARIEL A. DAVID

How does en­vi­ron­ment change learn­ing style of the stu­dent? How class­room en­vi­ron­ment im­prove stu­dent’s per­for­mance? A large amount of hours of the stu­dent time is spent sit­ting in a school class­room. This place is where they will learn the var­i­ous skills nec­es­sary for them to achieve suc­cess in the global arena.

With the class­room be­ing such an im­por­tant place, it is im­por­tant to un­der­stand the ways in which to ma­nip­u­late the en­vi­ron­ment in or­der to re­ceive max­i­mum ef­fec­tive­ness in in­struc­tion.

It is cru­cial to con­sider the needs of stu­dents who are com­ing from dif­fer­ent cul­tural back­ground. Thus, a con­ducive class­room struc­ture is sug­gested to arouse stu­dents at­ten­tion. An at­mos­phere where stu­dents can freely learn aca­dem­i­cally with­out re­stric­tions

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The au­thor is Master Teacher I at An­ge­les City Na­tional High School, Di­vi­sion of An­ge­les City

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