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Educational Learning Environments

By 3287247 Meaghan Rooney


The question of classroom learning environment and how it affects learning has been widely studied. The type of environment in which students learn sparks passionate debate in today’s society, since a significant amount of a child’s time is spent in a school. . Research confirms that attending school and obtaining an education will teach children to be successful citizens, but what about the environment in which they go to school? If school is what makes the next generation ready to positively contribute to society, then steps must be taken so that each child has an opportunity to thrive. Students in the United States and developing countries across the world deserve the best type of learning environment during schooling to help them reach their highest level of success and lead to a more positive future. This paper overviews the research on learning environments and student achievement and then provides a case study of how one school in a developing country is working to improve the learning environment for its students

Topics: Educational Leadership, Educational Methods, Educational Psychology, Education Economics, Elementary Education, Health and Physical Education, International and Comparative Education
Publisher: IdeaExchange@UAkron
Year: 2017
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