My Ideal Classroom Environment

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A classroom’s community and environment is what allows students to either learn successfully or unsuccessfully. If the environment is not welcoming, safe, and encouraging a student’s basic needs will not be met and their academic success will suffer consequently. I aspire to create a classroom environment that exudes creativity, safety, equity, and community. In order to create a collaborative learning environment, as I desire to, I must also adhere to learning differences of students and the uniqueness of my students’ development patterns. The following paper will discuss my understanding of how different students progress, how I will address the range of learning preferences and cultures, as well as how I will use that knowledge to create a collaborative learning environment.
While numerous philosophies claim to be the saving grace for reforming education and create collaborative classrooms, one thing they all agree on is that we want our schools to create intelligent, responsible, considerate adults. I personally believe that Social-Emotional Learning is the key to developing conscientious students of
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By doing so I intend to reinforce active engagement in learning and high self-motivation. My ideal classroom environment would be one that has a strong student-teacher relationship. A place where my students feel comfortable in asking for help and know that I believe whole-heartedly in their ability to succeed. In accordance with a strong student-teacher relationship I want my students to feel a shared support throughout the classroom where students respect and uplift each other. Cultural diversity as well as learning differences will be celebrated for their uniqueness as they add to the creativity and inventiveness of the

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