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The Effects of the Classroom Learning Environment to the Primary School Student's Learning

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My 2nd Year, Semester 1 individual presentation on 'The Effects of the Classroom Learning to the Primary School Student's Learning'.

My 2nd Year, Semester 1 individual presentation on 'The Effects of the Classroom Learning to the Primary School Student's Learning'.

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  • 1. PF 0314 : ISSUES & TRENDS IN EDUCATION TOPIC: THE EFFECTS OF THE CLASSROOM LEARNINGENVIRONMENT TO THE PRIMARYSCHOOL STUDENT’S LEARNING
  • 2. SUB-TOPICS What is Classroom Learning Environment?  Importance of the Classroom Learning Environment  Elements of the Classroom Learning Environment  Effects of a Good and a Bad Classroom Learning Environment
  • 3. What isClassroom Learning Environment?
  • 4. WHAT IS CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT? As cited by Khine and Chiew (2001) from Wilson (1996),“Classroom learning environment refers to a space or a place where learners and teachers interact with each other and use a variety of tools and information resources in their pursuit of learning activities.”
  • 5. Importance of theClassroom Learning Environment
  • 6. IMPORTANCE OF THECLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT The nature of the Classroom Learning Environment and psycho-social interactions can make a difference in how the students learn and achieve their goals (McRobbie, Roth & Lucus, 1997).  Most learning process takes place there  They learn through exploration and discovery using their senses  To support their natural curiosity and desire to learn  Providing the feeling of security and pleasure
  • 7. Elements of theClassroom Learning Environment
  • 8. ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT  The Classroom Climate  The temperature,  Lightings  Colours and,  Noise level
  • 9. ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT  The Classroom Space  Space for the Teacher  Space for the Student  Space for Emergency Situations
  • 10. ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT  The Relationship In The Classroom  Teacher - Student  Student - Student
  • 11. ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT  The Classroom Materials  Desks  Chairs  Whiteboard  Bulletin/Notice board  Others
  • 12. ELEMENTS OF THE CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT  The Cleanliness of the classroom  Duty Roster
  • 13. Effects of A Good and A Bad ClassroomLearning Environment
  • 14. EFFECTS OF A GOOD AND A BADCLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT GOOD BAD The Classroom More irritations and Less distractions Climate distractions The Classroom More student Less student participation Space participation The Relationship Weak rapport and more Strong rapport In The Classroom discipline problem The Classroom More creativity Less creativity Materials The Cleanliness Of Contented Unpleasant The Classroom
  • 15. CONCLUSION If the student feels uncomfortable of the classroom conditions, then they will have less concentration on the lesson and so they get a little information only, from the teacher, and thus, affecting their grades. Students in a positive classroom learning environment, do not have to think of any hurtful comments from the teacher. Students thrive in environments where they feel safe, nurtured and respected. All students, even those who have learning difficulties and extraordinary personal challenges, can do well when they are physically comfortable, mentally motivated and emotionally supported.
  • 16. THE END

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