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try to be as positive as possible. If the students see that the teacher doesn’t really care about whatthey’re teaching them, then they won’t really care either. Teachers who care and show that they care about what they do, not only help to teach the students, but to also provide an environment where the students can best learn.My ideal environment would be to have the desks arranged in a semi circle or another formation so that each student can see every other student. This way the students will see equal because none are sectioned off into a corner, or facing backwards because of the way their desk is facing. And this way they will all be able to participate in the different classroom lessons and activities. For what activities are in my classroom, like I said before, I would have some tying, buckling, zipping, etc. activities so the students can start to gain those skills. I would also have other, more center-based, activities such as blocks, gears, animals, etc. I would make sure that I had activities that suited every type of personality I had within the classroom, as well as activities that suited my students interests. The more activities/objects I had in my classroom thatthe students could connect with, the more willing to learn they would be.Children are really the ones who dictate their own learning, so if they are able to learn doing or using things they are interested in, then they will be more willing to learn. Like I mentioned before, and if the teacher shows interest in the subject, as well as the students, then they will want to learn more. Hopefully as a teacher, I could spend a day where I could do a lesson over one of the students favorite subjects or a thing they like, and that way it would get that one, or few, students to help get involved with the potential activities and they could help to
Rockwell 3teach their fellow students. If I am able to do things like this, I hope to be able to show my students that I do care about them.