Physical Environment

A child being in his early stage of life and mostly in learning phase is affected by the kind of environment where he spends most of his time, if the physical environment is attractive and nicely presentable then it helps the child in building his confidence and develop a taste for neatness and a systematic approach towards any thing that he comes across.
If the physical environment is shabby and not presentable enough, it can have negative impact on child’s psychology and can thus invoke negative thoughts in him. It can hinder his overall growth as an individual.
So the physical environment in the classroom should be designed appropriately so as to cater to needs of teachers as well as students and should have a fruitful impact on the student’s mentality and overall growth.
Through observation, description, and reflection on their own and P-12 students’ prior experience, learning styles, strengths, and needs, the preliminary candidate recognizes that students differ in their approaches to learning.
It was a kindergarten class of 10 studen…
Do you think that the physical environment is important to student success Why or why not.
Definitely the physical environment is one of the basic ingredients of student’s success. it is this physical environment only which helps a student
To develop his psychology negative or positive, depending upon the type of physical environment he is having in his class.
A child being in his early stage of life and mostly in learning phase is affected by the kind of environment where he spends most of his time, if the physical environment is attractive and nicely presentable then it helps the child in building his confidence and develop a taste for neatness and a systematic approach towards any thing that he comes across.
If the physical environment is shabby and not presentable enough, it can have negative impact on child’s psychology and can thus invoke negative thoughts in him. It can hinder his overall growth as an individual.
So the physical environment in the classroom should be designed appropriately so as to cater to needs of teachers as well as students and should have a fruitful impact on the student’s mentality and overall growth.
Step 3: Learners
Mid-Preparation Benchmark 1.2.2 Human Development
Mid-Preparation Benchmark 1.2.3
Through observation, description, and reflection on their own and P-12 students’ prior experience, learning styles, strengths, and needs, the preliminary candidate recognizes that students differ in their approaches to learning.
Objective Description
Give an over-all description of the students in the classroom: number, gender, diversity, culture, race, exceptionalities, special needs, socio-economic status, etc.
It was a kindergarten class