Learning Environment

Learning Environment

Published on 3 June 2023

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Transcript
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Learning Environment
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Nohelia Navarrete
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We learn about
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WE WILL BE COVERING 3 MAIN TOPICS
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What is a Learning Environment?
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What are the Different Types of Learning Environments?
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How Can I Create a Better Learning Environment?
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TOPIC 1
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What is a Learning Environment?
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A learning environment is more than just a classroom—it’s a space in which students feel safe and supported in their pursuit of knowledge, as well as inspired by their surroundings.
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TOPIC 2
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What are the Different Types of Learning Environments?
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There are different types of landscapes or categories that impact our learning, including our physical environment, psychological environment, and emotional environment.
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TOPIC 3
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Physical Those vibrant, colorful classrooms of your youth or the rows of desks that characterized high school both fall into the category of the physical learning environment. This category is all about the design of a classroom, including how it’s laid out to influence learning, and which spaces are designated for learning activities.
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Psychological A positive psychological environment can encourage students to engage with the curriculum—and their fellow students—in ways that can enhance their personal and professional development. By building trust with students and creating a safe space that feels welcoming for all, teachers create a positive learning environment and make sure students have more opportunities to participate, ask questions, take risks, and receive feedback.
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Emotional Teachers can also create a supportive emotional learning environment by creating routines students can rely on, encouraging diversity and choices, and celebrating their achievements.
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How Can I Create a Better Learning Environment? Teachers can set parents up for success by sharing upcoming lesson plans so they can prepare for what’s to come, whether by getting needed materials or doing additional reading, and reinforce lessons Encourage students to become a part of creating their own learning environment. This could mean having an art day where everyone creates artwork to decorate the walls, or it could mean having an open forum discussion where students can express what they need to be successful in the classroom. .