Classroom Set-Up: Making an Environment Conducive to Learning & Good First Impressions
 


 
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Teacher Training Resources for Effectively Using Classroom Facilities

Teachers can minimize distractions and frustrations in the learning process by removing clutter, maintaining good lighting, ventilation, and a comfortable temperature. In addition to those good room conditions, setting up the classroom with appropriate decorations and strategically arranging the room can make a more conducive learning environment.
 
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Keys to Unlocking the Door for Good First Impressions

In this nine page teacher training worksheet teachers will look at four key areas to work on to increase the potential for a positive first impression. These impressions can make a difference on whether students want to be there and can even impact the level of attentiveness they give to the lesson.

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