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How the environment plays a role in learning Introduction Teachers must be taught how to redesign their classrooms correctly so that all students will be provided with the necessary space to accommodate their environmental learning- style preferences. Research findings pertaining to the environmental elements validate the importance of harmonizing individuals' learning-style preferences with congruent educational environments in all school systems. Students should not be expected to change their environmental preferences or to learn regardless of them. Instructional environments should be modified in accordance with
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Unformatted text preview: individual needs and preferences. Classroom climate will have a direct influence on the motivation of students for learning. Students perceptions of the fit between their classroom environment and their goal structures are important for learning outcomes. Research shows that when students learn in outdoor settings as compared to staying in the classroom, they learn more quickly, appreciate the experience more, and retain skills and knowledge longer. Conclusion...
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