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Studies in educational learning environments

an international perspective
  • 241 Pages
  • 3.15 MB
  • English

World Scientific , Singapore, River Edge, NJ
Classroom environment., Interaction analysis in educa
Statementedited by Swee Chiew Goh, Myint Swe Khine.
ContributionsGoh, Swee Chiew., Myint Swe Khine.
LC ClassificationsLC210 .S78 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 241 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3700279M
ISBN 109812381457, 9812380566
LC Control Number2003266052

Aug 01,  · Past efforts in the study of the learning environment and its determinants have indicated that it plays a major role in improving teaching and learning in primary, secondary and higher education.

This book covers various dimensions of the learning environment, its underlying theory, the impact on learning, the curriculum and classroom management. A recent book entitled Studies in Educational Learning Environments: An International Perspective not only traces the remarkable expansion of the field of learning environments internationally.

About the Author. Jaime E. Martinez is Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), USA.

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His active research interests include STEAM education, service-learning pedagogy, and Vygotskian cultural performatory approaches to human development and Jaime E. Martinez. Dec 01,  · Cases on Smart Learning Environments explores the Studies in educational learning environments book of SLE tools for enhanced learning outcomes as experienced by educators, learners, and administrators from various learning institutions around the world.

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In the classroom environment, the interpersonal relationship between teacher and students is an important element contributing to the learning process of students. In this chapter, we explore the significance of the experience of the teacher in realising relationships with students, appropriate from the perspective of student outcomes.

Learning Environments Research builds our understanding of pre-primary, primary, high school, college and university, and lifelong learning environments irrespective of subject area.

Apart from classroom and school environments, the journal devotes special attention to out-of-school learning environments such as the home, science centers, and television.

Educational Environment. Learning environments are constructed in particular ways, with choices made at institutional and classroom levels about: pedagogic arrangements, relations between knowledge domains, knowledge or skill orientations, the knowledge frame, progression and pacing, relations between teacher and learner, relations between types of learners, spatial arrangements, temporal.

The OECD’s Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) provides insights into how education systems are responding by providing the first internationally comparative perspective on the conditions of teaching and learning. TALIS draws on the OECD’s review of teacher policy, which identified important gaps in.

Nov 01,  · Responding to the specific needs of each student, personalized learning has the potential to refocus education on the individual rather than the institution.

Technology-Supported Environments for Personalized Learning: Methods and Case Studies explores the metaphor of anytime and anywhere individual. He has since written Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Brain-Based Learning, Deeper Learning, Arts with the Brain in Mind, Enriching the Brain, and 21 other books on learning and the brain.

A leader in the brain-based movement, Jensen has made over 45 visits to neuroscience labs and interacts with countless by: 4. An e-book on global climate change I wrote in The aim of this document is to provide a holistic yet complete and comprehensive view of climate change in a way that is understandable to a very broad audience and to clarify common misunderstanding about the topic.

Understanding the factors that contribute to a positive learning environment is vital for those working with children from birth to 3 years. Using extensive case study material, Ann Clare focuses on the experiences of babies and toddlers in various care settings, and the role adults play in developing creative and supportive environments.

This book is an excellent student resource book for trainee teachers. It contextualises Primary education, gives accessible introductions to key theories and ideas, and poses critical questions for teachers engaging with current statutory guidance. This book has useful reflective tasks and helpful suggestions for further reading.

Journal description. Learning Environments Research publishes original academic papers dealing with the study of learning environments including theoretical reflections reports of quantitative and.

Learning Spaces focuses on how learner expectations influence such spaces, the principles and activities that facilitate learning, and the role of technology from the perspective of those who create learning environments: faculty, learning technologists, librarians, and administrators.

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There are four types of learning environments, each with unique elements. Learning environments can be student- or learner-centered; knowledge-centered; assessment-centered; and community-centered.

Sep 18,  · Ubiquitous learning and the use of ubiquitous learning environments heralds a new era in higher education.

Ubiquitous learning environments enhance context-aware and seamless learning experiences available from any location at any time.

They support smooth interaction between authentic and digital learning resources and provide personalized learning opportunities. The research area Cited by: After discussing changes in goals, we explore the design of learning environments from four perspectives that appear to be particularly important given current data about human learning, namely, the degree to which learning environments are learner centered, knowledge centered, assessment centered, and community centered.

Learning side environment Creative skills Pedagogy Professional development a b s t r a c t This paper reports on a systematic review of pieces educational research, pol-icy and professional literature relating to creative environments for learning in schools, commissioned by Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS).

Despite the volume of. Sep 25,  · This companion volume is based on 40 in-depth case studies of powerful 21st century learning environments that have taken the innovation journey. Innovative Learning Environments presents a wealth of international material and features a new framework for understanding these learning environments, organised into eight chapters.

Richly. Mar 21,  · In a highly-effective learning environment, learning doesn’t need to be radically repackaged to make sense in the “real world,” but starts and ends there.

As great as it sounds for learners to reflect on Shakespeare to better understand their Uncle Eddie—and they might—depending on that kind of radical transfer to happen entirely in.

SIGs. A second milestone in the learning environments field was the birth in of Learning Environments Research: An International Journal (LER), which fills an important and unique niche.

The next logical step in the evolution of the field of learning environments is the initiation of this book series, Advances in Learning Environments. This book aims to develop a situative educational model to guide the design and implementation of powerful student-centered learning environments in higher education classrooms.

Rooted in educational science, Hoidn contributes knowledge in the fields of Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. Using the three domains of theory, education, and learning-in-practice, this book offers differing and complementary perspectives on entrepreneurial learning: Conceptual work which reviews and summarises prior work in the field and advances theoretical understanding of entrepreneurial learning research, enabling a review of the development of.

Learning Environments Designed According to Learning mentioned in her study, the learning environment is a key factor for student is to examine primary school students’ and inspectors’ opinions on different learning environments designed according to students’ learning.

However, much has changed in the world and in education since these curriculum standards were published. This revision aims to provide a framework for teaching, learning, and assessment in social studies that includes a sharper articulation of curriculum objectives, and reflects greater consistency across the different sections of the document.

Environmental education (EE) refers to organized efforts to teach how natural environments function, and particularly, how human beings can manage behavior and ecosystems to live is a multi-disciplinary field integrating disciplines such as biology, chemistry, physics, ecology, earth science, atmospheric science, mathematics, and geography.

Defining Learning Environments Although Bloom () referred to an (educational) environment as an important component of learning achievements, it must be acknowledge that the terms “learning context” or “learning environment” did not surface in the mainstream educational.

Behaviorists look at learning as an aspect of conditioning and advocate a system of rewards and targets in education. Educators who embrace cognitive theory believe that the definition of learning as a change in behaviour is too narrow, and study the learner rather than their environment—and in particular the complexities of human memory.

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Jun 02,  · Traditionally, educational psychology has paid more attention to minds of learners and instructors, whereas educational technology and learning sciences studies are more interested in the design of micro-level environments including learning tasks, instructional strategies, and by: 2.Jul 19,  · In many recent studies, students’ satisfaction has been consistently identified as an important factor of a “good” clinical learning environment.

Although the CLE has been investigated in various educational respects, there is a scarcity of studies exploring the nursing students’ point of view from the standpoint of their satisfaction with the CLE on a worldwide by: The LRE is the requirement that special education students be educated with children without disabilities in the regular educational environment to the maximum extent appropriate to serve their needs.

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of .