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Prototypes and Models | Development Studies | India | Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022
Creating a Conducive / Positive Learning Environment is Corner Stone of Teaching and NEP-2020
Abstract: A positive environment is fostered when learning outcomes and expectations are clearly communicated. Students have a wide range of learning needs and styles, and this diversity must be taken into account in employing a variety of teaching strategies. An environment that is conducive to learning is critical for an efficient Education System. The environment must be safe, neat & clean, peaceful, caring, tolerant, impartial, steady, corrective but not punishing, accountable, warm, responsive and inclusive. All these properties assume greater importance when it comes to School Education (from the pre-school stage to the pre-university stage) because that?s when the System either makes or breaks young minds! The environment must prepare Students with the necessary Life Skills besides academic skills. India?s NEP 2020 takes great care to address the common issues related to the learning Environment, and proposes measures to keep it in top shape & form. The new Education System takes over a kid when she or he is just three years old, and that certainly puts enormous responsibility on the System. That the local community of every School is considered a significant part of the Learning Environment, is a core aspect of India?s NEP 2020.The size of the classroom, the arrangement of the furniture, the functioning of equipment and other physical aspects of the class all contribute to, or detract from, the learning environment. When these factors can be manipulated to be positive influences, an environment more conducive to learning will be created.
Keywords: Positive Environment, Learning Outcomes, Styles, Conducive
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022,
Pages: 990 - 994
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