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The Learning Environment

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Transcript of The Learning Environment

Interests
Education
Experience
.
.
Physical Environment
includes:
Psychological
Environment
What is a Learning Environment?
It consists of the physical environment as well as the psychological atmosphere or the socio-emotional climate which is mainly a product of the interaction and relationship between teacher and the students.
Teaching
and
Learning
Good
Relationship
Pine and Horne (1990) described a facilitative learning environment for learning.
The Learning Environment
Learning Environment
Composed of:
Physical Environment
“To heredity, the Child owes his possibilities.
However, to environment, he owes the realization of these possibilities.”

Psychological Environment
1. Physical condition of the classroom
2. Arrangement of furnitures.
3. Seating arrangement
4. Classroom temperature and
the lighting
A favorable school climate includes:
Safety
and these are the following:
 It one:
1. Which encourages people to be active;
2. Which promotes and facilitates the individual’s
discovery of personal meaning of idea;
3. Which emphasizes the uniquely personal and
subjective nature of learning;

 4. In which difference is good and desirable;
 5. Which consistently recognizes people’s right to make mistakes;
 6. Which tolerates ambiguity;
 7. In which evaluation is a cooperative process with emphasis on self-evaluation;
 8. Which encourages openness of self rather than concealment of self;
 9. In which people are encouraged to trust in themselves as well as in external sources;
 10. In which people feel they are respected;

11. In which people feel they are respected
12. In which people feel they are accepted.
13. A conducive learning environment is necessary in the full development of the cognitve and appetitive faculty of learners.
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