# How to create a positive learning environment for adults

### How do you create a positive learning environment?

**Strategies for**

**Building**a Productive and**Positive Learning Environment**- Step 1 – Make
**learning**relevant. - Step 2 – Develop a Code of Conduct.
- Step 3 – Employ a
**Positive**Actions Curriculum. - Step 4 – Help Students Develop Intrinsic Motivation.
- Step 5 – Reinforce
**Positive**Behaviors. - Step 6 – Always Respond With Positivity.

### What constitutes a positive learning environment?

A

**positive learning environment**is created when you value participatory teaching and**learning**and when there is trust and rapport among students and between yourself and students. All students are challenged to achieve high expectations, and all students receive the support necessary to meet those expectations.### What are the characteristics of a positive classroom environment?

**Characteristics of a Positive Learning Environment**

**Flexibility**,**openness**, access to resources.**Flexibility**.- Design based on extensive research.
- Overall quality.
- All school facilities under one roof.
- Spaces tailored to different ages of student.
- Facilities built and adapted in response to curriculum
**development**.

### What is the best learning environment?

**What Are The Factors That Make A Positive Learning Environment?**

- Establish a supportive learning culture.
**Each member of the learning community**should have the feeling of connectedness. - Address Learners’ Needs.
- Keep it Positive.
- Provide Feedback.
- Celebrate Success.
- Safety.
- Employ
**Interactive**Games and Activities.

### What are the elements of a good learning environment?

**Four Elements for Creating a Positive Learning Environment**

**Safety**. Before students can succeed academically, they must feel safe, both physically and mentally.**Engagement**. Recent Gallup data shows a troubling trend—as students move through the**K**–12 education system, they become increasingly less engaged.- Connectedness.
- Support.

### What are the three elements of the learning environment?

**Elements of an effective learning environment.**

**Creative Space**. Across our schools, we all agree that a**creative space**is a vital component.**Safe Space**. We touched upon the need for**space**in which we feel comfortable and where we are not afraid to ask questions and share our inner thoughts.- Motivational
**Culture**. - Diversity of views.

### What are 5 components of a good early learning environment?

**No matter what educational philosophy or model an**

**early**childhood**classroom**uses, these**five elements**are the essentials to look for when choosing a preschool.**Classroom atmosphere**and design.- Teachers.
- Discipline and Social-Emotional Development.
- Academics.
- Safety.

### What is the spiral method of teaching?

**Spiral**learning is a

**teaching method**based on the premise that a student learns more about a subject each time the topic is reviewed or encountered. The idea is that each time a student encounters the topic, the student expands their knowledge or improves their skill level. Also see Mastery Learning.

### What are the four basic elements of curriculum?

Curriculum is made up of elements which their appropriate coordination would guarantee the success of a curriculum. There is no consensus between the experts on elements of curriculum, but the most four common points of view concerning this issue are: objective,

**content**, method and**evaluation**.### Which is an example of spiral curriculum?

Reading. After students are taught to read, they are then asked to read to learn new things. This is an

**example of spiral curriculum**in reading: learning to read evolving into reading to learn. For**example**, students learn to identify a sequence of events when they are learning how to read.### Why do we use spiral curriculum?

The benefits ascribed to the

**spiral curriculum**by its advocates are: (1) The information is reinforced and solidified each time the student revisits the subject matter; (2) The**spiral curriculum**also allows a logical progression from simplistic ideas to complicated ideas; and (3) Students are encouraged to**apply**the### What are the 3 types of curriculum?

**Curriculum**is defined: planned learning experiences with intended outcomes while recognizing the importance of possible unintended outcomes. There are

**three types of curriculum**: (1) explicit (stated

**curriculum**), (2) hidden (unofficial

**curriculum**), and (

**3**) absent or null ( excluded

**curriculum**).

### Is spiral curriculum effective or not?

When implemented as intended, EM’s

**spiral**is**effective**: EM students outscore comparable**non**-EM students on assessments of long-term learning, such as end-of-year standardized tests.**Spiraling**leads to better long-term mastery of facts, skills, and concepts.### What is the focus of spiral curriculum?

A

**spiral curriculum**is one in which there is an iterative revisiting of topics, subjects or themes throughout the course. A**spiral curriculum**is not simply the repetition of a topic taught. It requires also the deepening of it, with each succes- sive encounter building on the previous one.### What is the equation of a spiral?

In modern

**notation**the equation of the spiral is r = ae^{θ}^{cot}^{b}, in which r is the radius of each**turn**of the spiral, a and b are constants that depend on the particular spiral, θ is the angle of rotation as the curve spirals, and e is the**base**of the natural logarithm.### What is the purpose of hidden curriculum?

The

**hidden curriculum**is argued to encourage social control first within the school itself and, subsequently, within society as a whole. In this sense, a**hidden curriculum**reinforces existing social inequalities by educating students according to their class and social status.### What is the example of hidden curriculum?

For

**example**, if students earn good grades or extra credit for turning in homework on time, listening attentively, participating during class, raising their hands, and generally doing things they are told to do, the students may learn that compliance is important and that certain behaviors will be academically rewarded### What are the features of hidden curriculum?

According to Elizabeth Vallance, the functions of hidden curriculum include “the inculcation of values, political socialization, training in obedience and docility, the perpetuation of traditional

**class**structure-functions that may be characterized generally as social control.” The hidden curriculum can also be### What are the benefits of having an official curriculum?

It gives teachers tangible

**resources**and goals, stimulates creativity, and enables**self**-reflection. And, most importantly, documenting curriculum improves student outcomes. All the advantages described by respondents culminated in this shared goal. Students benefit from organized curriculum held to a high expectation.### What is an official curriculum?

The

**official curriculum**can be simply defined by the way**curriculum**itself has been traditionally understood: as the course of study, body of courses, or program of training at a school or university.