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1Creating Positive Learning EnvironmentsChristina EckmanThe University of Arizona Global CampusECD305: Positive Learning EnvironmentsDr. Grace MargainApril 5, 2022
2Creating Positive Learning EnvironmentsBy observing and assessing in the classroom environment and Creating positive learningenvironment is important because it will show me what I need to change because of what worksand what doesn’t work. The past couple of weeks I have gained more knowledge about what Iwant and don’t want in my classroom. In this paper ill explain what my responsibility is as ateacher to create a positive learning environment. The coursebook gives lots of great advice andsuggetions to do apply into your classroom but not all of these will work for everyone.As a teacher, my responsibility in creating positive learning environments is importantnot only for my students but for myself to. If you create a positive learning environment for yourstudents it will set their attitude and determination to learn for the coming years of theireducational journey. “Our classroom environment either promotes or distracts form our learninggoals, encouraging, or discouraging success for all children. The environment also affectschildren’s stress levels. A study of six-year-old children found that the greatest influence onchildrens cortisol (a stress hormone) levels in early childhood programs was the environment”(Bullard, 2017). Having a positive learning environment will help children learn more and bemore excited to learn its like its another teacher in the classroom.I will be evaluating a preschool classroom that has serves ages 3-5 years old. Thisclassroom is at a preschool located in my hometown. I will be using the figure from chapter 5(5.7) to help me evaluate the classrooms learning environment.The classroom is inviting but it needs to be brighter. It needs more materials on the wallsand surrounding areas. There is 18 students in the classroom and only 10 of each material for thestudents. So they end up roating students so each student can use the material for the activitythey are doing. Most of the materials are appropriate for this age group and they do not get

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Environmentalism, Natural environment, Bullard

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