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Learning enviroment

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  • 1. Power of Peripheral Stimuli.
  • 2. Peripheral stimuli contains a mixture of informational and pictorial stimuli that are effective for students learning. It also teach important topics in an unconsciously way.
  • 3. Examples of peripheral stimuli:
    Graphic illustrations.
    Posters.
    Charts.
  • 4. Furniture Arrangement.
  • 5. The furniture in a classroom should be unattached and moveable.
    The chairs and desks should have a maximum comfort and flexibility.
  • 6. Tips for having a good furniture arrangement.
    Put the desks in semicircle.
    Arrange the desks in lines.
    Put the desks in groups.
    Give choices of seating arrangements: floor or chair. Stand or walk around.
  • 7. The Sound of Music.
  • 8. “While your room may be visually attractive, 40 percent of your students learn best through sound”
  • 9. What kind of sounds are suitable for a classroom?
    Nature sounds.
    Classical music.
    Exciting sounds.
    Storytelling.
  • 10. How to decide the type of music to play.
    If students are lethargic is better to play faster-paced music.
    If students are hyperactive or restless, teachers should play slower-paced music.