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certain techniques to enhance parental involvement, their efforts will yield significant results, Jeynes, 2007).” According to Miller & Cunningham (2011), “the physical environment has continued to appear in contemporary studies as an influence on behavioral and academic outcomes.” It is important that the environment display a varied class size as well as composition. If there is more of one sex or gender and there is an overpopulation of students it can hamper the educational success of the students. But if the classroom provides a loving and inviting atmosphere students can learn with ease. If the child know that they matter academics will show positive gains. A loving environment will also help to expand the social aspects by student beingable to feel free to converse with others regardless of their barriers. It can enhance the mere fact that student social development can progress because support is there to help lead the way. “When teachers form positive bonds with students, classrooms become supportive spaces in which students can engage in academically and socially productive ways (Hamre & Pianta, 2001)”. Hamre & Pianta (2001), also believes that “students who have positive relationships
with their teachers use them as a secure base from which they can explore the classroom and school setting both academically and socially, to take on academic challenges and work on social-emotional development”. Such development that can be heightened includes, relationshipswith peers, and the student developing self-esteem and self-awareness.