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The supportive learning environment

Jennifer L. Hindman

The supportive learning environment

effective teacher practices

by Jennifer L. Hindman

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Eye On Education in Larchmont, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Learning, Psychology of,
  • Effective teaching,
  • Cognitive styles in children,
  • Competency-based educational tests

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJennifer L. Hindman, Leslie W. Grant, James H. Stronge.
    ContributionsGrant, Leslie W., 1968-, Stronge, James H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1060 .H56 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24117550M
    ISBN 109781596671423
    LC Control Number2009043003
    OCLC/WorldCa457769619

    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 Author: Terry Heick. staff believes, however, that the time taken to create a supportive social environment will pay off in the long-term. Not only are they creating a classroom in which children feel a part of a community, they are creating a community in which learning can flourish. Learning takes place in the context of relationships.

    Download the article, Preparing the Environment PDF. Download the article, Explore the Environment PDF. No space is marginal, no corner unimportant, and each space needs to be alive, flexible, and open to change. You can create a high-quality infant and toddler environment by planning and creating spaces that support infants’ and toddlers. Supportive Learning Environment, The: Effective Teaching Practices communicate to students in both verbal and nonverbal ways that are essential to cultivating a positive and productive learning community. In this book, Stronge, Grant, and Hindman provide a comprehensive overview of the qualities of a supportive teacher. with templates.

      The survey is also aligned to the book, K Blended Teaching: A Guide to Personalized Learning and Online Integration. Both the survey and the book are totally free resources. Conclusion. Remember these simple tips to make sure that your students feel confident and supported in the online learning environment. NDTAC Brief: Professional Development: Safe and Supportive Learning Environments in Juvenile Justice Systems. October This third brief in the series focuses on fostering a shared understanding of the fundamentals for creating and sustaining safe and supportive learning environments in juvenile justice settings and includes potential ideas for PD offerings that may .


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A supportive learning environment is less about the physical classroom and resources (though these are important) than it is about values and relationships. In a genuinely supportive learning environment, every student feels valued, included, and empowered. For this to happen, each student needs to know that their story matters.

Supportive Learning Environment. Hover over the graphic to get a description or click on a section to hyperlink to its specific webpage. A major system of the complex school organization that ensures students’ school participation and.

This entry in the James H. Stronge Research-to-Practice Series focuses on the characteristics of teachers who create supportive learning environments for their students. By conveying a sense of immediacy, credibility, and caring, they communicate to students in both verbal and nonverbal ways that are essential to cultivating a positive and.

A key part of creating a supportive learning environment is to encourage and support student participation. The classroom needs to be an inclusive and supportive environment, allowing students to feel comfortable when expressing their views.

When teaching Year 9 C-Change, a subject which was based on opinions, thoughts and ideas I regularly. ""Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments" provides much-needed practical advice for working with LGBTQ youth and families. The editors and authors contribute extensive expertise in developing this timely and comprehensive resource for education professionals/5(3).

Creating a supportive and understanding learning environment is particularly important when discussion activities deal with sensitive issues in relation to mental health and wellbeing.

In order to provide a safe and engaging learning environment for students, it is important for teachers to. By conveying a sense of immediacy, credibility, and caring, they communicate to students in both verbal and nonverbal ways that are essential to cultivating a positive and productive learning community.

In this book, Stronge, Grant, and Hindman provide a comprehensive overview of the qualities of a supportive cturer: Routledge. Creating a Supportive Workplace Create a positive work environment.

Provide learning and growth opportunities relevant to employees' jobs, and ensure that they can put their newly. It is important to foster a learning environment in which students feel safe, relaxed, and willing to take risks, especially for learners who may have had negative experiences in traditional classroom environments.

Students often describe supportive learning environments as expanding their sense of family and enhancing their self-esteem, which. One of these is the learning environment, which plays a significant role in student learning.

Learning Environment and Learning Community. Physical, social, cultural, and psychological factors of a learning environment have an effect on student learning. It is hard for learning to occur without an environment that is conducive to learning. demonstrate the ability to “create and implement a safe, supportive learning environment that shows sensitivity to diverse needs, values, and characteristics of students, families, and communities” (NATEFACS, ).

In creating a learning environment, it is necessary to look at all factors that impact the development of students. Creating Supportive Multimedia Learning Environments: /ch A strategy for developing effective multimedia instruction should be based on evidence presented by cognitive science and backed by research.

Unless guided byCited by: 1. Classroom environment is one of the most important factors affecting student learning. Simply put, students learn better when they view the learning environment as positive and supportive (Dorman, Aldridge, & Fraser, ).

A positive environment is one in which students feel a sense of belonging, trust others, and feel encouraged to tackle. The contents of the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments Web site were assembled under contracts from the U.S.

Department of Education, Office of Safe and Healthy Students to the American Institutes for Research (AIR), Contract Numbers ED-ESEO and ED-ESEA   Read "Supportive Learning Environment, The Effective Teaching Practices" by Jennifer Hindman available from Rakuten Kobo.

This entry in the James H. Stronge Research-to-Practice Series focuses on the characteristics of teachers who create sup Brand: Taylor And Francis. Supportive Learning Environment, The: Effective Teaching Practices Jennifer Hindman, Leslie Grant, James Stronge This entry in the James H.

Stronge Research-to-Practice Series focuses on the characteristics of teachers who create supportive learning environments for their students. This entry in the James H. Stronge Research-to-Practice Series focuses on the characteristics of teachers who create supportive learning environments for their students.

By conveying a sense of immediacy, credibility, and caring, they communicate to students in both verbal and nonverbal ways that are essential to cultivating a positive and productive learning by: 2. The contents of the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments Web site were assembled under contracts from the U.S.

Department of Education, Office of Safe and Healthy Students to the American Institutes for Research (AIR), Contract Numbers ED-ESEO and ED-ESEA   Neither of these types of environments is conducive to student learning. While all students can benefit from a well-thought out classroom environment, those with challenges such as autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, anxiety disorders, learning disorders, and sensory processing disorders require a supportive environment in order to function well.

Creating Supportive Environments Rev. 2/10 The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning Module 1 1 Child Care Bureau Office of Head Start This material was developed by the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning with federal funds from the U.S.

Department of HealthFile Size: 4MB. A supportive learning environment is primarily about relationships. In all learning areas (but perhaps particularly in health and physical education), students must take risks in order to learn.

To take risks, they need to know that they. 32 Strategies for Building a Positive Learning Environment Every classroom is different, so please come back and share what you've learned and what works for you!

This piece was originally submitted to our community forums by a reader. Due to audience interest, we've preserved it. The opinions expressed here are the writer's : Lina Raffaelli.Each student at Keys is recognized and appreciated as an individual.

Every week all faculty, specialists, and support staff attend a meeting dedicated to discussing individual students – their talents, challenges (both academic and personal) and interests.

Teachers really get to know their students and adapt instruction to target individual learning styles and specific academic.