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Environmental Factors Affecting Motivation

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Transcript of Environmental Factors Affecting Motivation

Environmental Factors Affecting Motivation
MODULE 26: The Physical Learning Environment
A conducive physical learning environment is one that:
allows maximum interactions between teachers & students.
allows students movement without necessary distractions.
allows the teacher to survey the whole class.
safe, clean, orderly.
well ventilated, spacious and adequately lighted.
makes possible re-arrangement of chairs as the need arises.
MODULE 27: Assessment for Learning
Assessment
is basically the processes of gathering information about students learning; then analyzing & interpreting them for the purpose of making decisions.

AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT
ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT
MODULE 24: Human Environmental Factors Affecting Motivation
Teacher's Affective Traits
CARING
FAIRNESS & RESPECT
SOCIAL INTERACTIONS w/ STUDENTS
ENTHUSIASM & MOTIVATION IN LEARNING
ATTITUDE TOWARD TEACHING PROFESSION
REFLECTIVE PRACTICES
Bullying & the Need to Belong
Parents as Part of the Learner's Human Learning Environment
MODULE 25: The Classroom Climate

It is a classroom where:
expectations, rules & procedures are made from the very first day of school.
the teacher, who is the leader, is fully aware of what is happening.
the students, are made responsible for their own opinion.

'' The classroom climate is a product of the social interactions between among teachers and students.''
Purposes of Assessment
DIAGNOSIS

PLACEMENT

EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROGRAM

STUDENTS FEEDBACK

RESEARCH
Researched-Based Principles of Assessment for Learning
Is part of
effective planning
Focuses on how
students learn
Is central to
classroom practice
Is a key
professional skill
Is
sensitive & constructive
Fosters motivation
Promote understanding of
goals & criteria
Helps
learners know how to improve
Develops the capacity for
self-assessment
Recognizes all
educational achievement
'' LIVE as if you were DIE tomorrow, LEARN as if you were to LIVE forever. ''


-Mahatma Gandhi
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