Classroom Environment Sample Clauses

Classroom Environment. The teacher creates and implements a physical and interpersonal classroom environment that supports student learning
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Classroom Environment. A. Contributes to a safe, caring and orderly environment for all students
Classroom Environment. This area focuses on: interactions that occur in a classroom, activities and tasks that establish a comfortable and respectful classroom environment, and the learning culture that creates a safe place for risk-taking.
Classroom Environment. 1. The District shall support and uphold employees in their efforts to maintain discipline and shall give a timely response to all employee requests and concerns regarding disruptive students and other discipline issues.
Classroom Environment. Teacher establishes and maintains a positive learning environment.
Classroom Environment. Does the classroom have child-sized furnishing and a full array of Montessori Elementary Level I or Level I-II materials (6 – 9 or 9 – 12) arranged on open shelves accessible to all children? Yes / No
Classroom Environment. The Teacher uses and understanding of individual and group motivation and behavior to create a class environment that encourages social interaction, active engagement in learning, and self-motivation. The classroom is managed efficiently and effectively. There is a positive, supportive classroom atmosphere and time is used productively. Classroom Management E S U NA 1.
Classroom Environment. 1. Creating a climate that promotes fairness.
Classroom Environment. The environment needs to be supportive of children. The tone and level of the staff’s voice is extremely important. Staff members need to use positive words, “No and Don’t” should not be heard in the classroom. Instead, an explanation of why the behavior is dangerous or disruptive should be stated to the child, down at their eye level. Positive Descriptive Acknowledgments need to be used with the children at all times. Conversations with staff and children should not be heard throughout the building (low voice level). Conversations regarding children or center concerns should be done in private and kept confidential. Discussion of a child or a concern in front of other children, parents, or ECE lab students is not allowed. These types of conversation should be done in private, teacher lounge or site supervisor office. Intentional teaching and language is our goal. This includes all forms of Social Media. Staff should not visit classrooms that they are not assigned to. If you do enter a classroom, use the least intrusive entrance and keep your visit task focused. Teachers are not to be interrupted during their classroom time in order to support you or your issues. If concerns arise contact your site supervisor unless other arrangements are in place. Xxxxxx vs. Communication Gossip destroys relationships, communication builds relationships. Physical Environment: The setup of the classroom should provide a comfortable environment. The work centers include dramatic play area, language-reading area, science area, manipulative area, block area, and art area. The arrangement of the areas needs to provide physical boundaries for the children. Utilize shelving to keep toys in their areas. The entrance of the classroom needs to be free of clutter and easy for people to move about in. Teachers need to ensure that the equipment is used properly and labeled according to developmental stages. Children’s supplies are to be organized and labeled according to the developmental stage of the children in the classroom. Unorganized clutter is not conducive to learning. It clutters the child’s mind and promotes negative behavior. Personal clutter needs to go home. The lights in the classrooms need to remain on at all times and not to be flickered. A dark room is not the image we want to project to prospective clients or parents already enrolled at the center. If a television or Ipad is used, it is at a minimum and only to present educational activities. In substitution of outsi...
Classroom Environment. The second aspect is the classroom environment. Some students were afraid of being laughed at when they made some mistakes. this makes them discouraged from starting communication using English. Depending of the precise routines created, either in an elementary, middle, or high school, classroom management is improved when teachers build procedures that convey order while also teaching. ( Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx et al, 2005, p. 15) Clearly, the classroom environment may either help or discourage students' engagement. They prefer to talk more in an environment that is welcoming enough for them to feel safe and calm. The initiative for establishing such an environment, however, falls mainly on the teacher, who must be very thoughtful in selecting decisions that might make a classroom an appealing place to study or, on the other hand, a potentially threatening environment for the students. It goes without saying that a pleasant, stress-free learning atmosphere may make a classroom more enjoyable for the students and therefore a more effective and encouraging environment, which can lead to higher educational attainment. Students feel comfortable to speak out, ask and answer questions, and challenge the teacher in such a learning atmosphere.