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Classroom Environment 
Presentation 
Matthew, Jason, Joshua, Stephanie 
October 19,2014 
Instructor: K. Brown
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Characteristics that Make a 
Classroom Ineffective 
 Passive instruction/ teacher 
centered rather than student 
cente...
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Ineffective classrooms 
Miss Gibson’s Classroom Mrs. Ross’ Classroom 
 Miss Gibson’s students have 
problems transitio...
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Miss Gibson’s Second Grade 
Tyrone 
Marco 
Laura 
Lee 
Pamela 
Brian 
Amy 
Dane 
Teresa 
Tom 
Megan 
Beth 
Mary 
Aaron ...
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Mrs. Ross’ s Fourth Grade 
Mrs. Ross 
White Board 
Amy 
Teresa 
Mary Aaron 
Books Art Supplies Books 
Door 
Tyrone 
Mar...
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Suggestions for creating and 
effective classroom environment 
 Be consistent about expectations. 
 Reinforce and com...
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Redesign suggestions 
Miss Gibson’s Classroom Mrs. Ross’ Classroom 
 Megan, Beth, and Tony should be 
moved to sit clo...
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Characteristics of an Effective 
classroom 
 Clear and definable goals 
 Using respect and genuine 
concern for each ...
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Effective Classrooms 
Miss Gibson’s Classroom Mrs. Ross’ Classroom 
 The new L-shape for the desk 
allows Miss Gibson ...
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Miss Gibson’s Second Grade 
Carpet 
Tyrone 
Laura Marco 
Lee 
Pamela Brian 
Amy 
Dane 
Teresa 
Tom 
Beth Megan 
Mary Aa...
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Mrs. Ross’ s Fourth Grade 
Mrs. Ross 
Door 
White Board 
Books Art Supplies Books 
Tom 
Tyrone 
Marco 
Laura 
Lee Pamel...
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References 
 How Classroom Design Affects Student Engagement. (n.d.). 
Steelecase Education Studies. Retrieved October...
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How a teacher can maximize the space in their classroom without impeding student learning and causing classroom management nightmares.

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Classroom Environment Presentation

  1. 1. + Classroom Environment Presentation Matthew, Jason, Joshua, Stephanie October 19,2014 Instructor: K. Brown
  2. 2. + Characteristics that Make a Classroom Ineffective  Passive instruction/ teacher centered rather than student centered instruction  No clear and consistent rules and consequences  Rough transitions  Being combative with students  Being negative  Not showing interest in students  Being ill-prepared for lessons  Mismanaging time  Unorganized/ dirty classroom  Classroom layout not suitable for class
  3. 3. + Ineffective classrooms Miss Gibson’s Classroom Mrs. Ross’ Classroom  Miss Gibson’s students have problems transitions.  Her students fight with each other  There is limited space in her classroom the design may not be suitable for her classroom needs  Mrs. Ross’ student do not participate  The class is not motivated  Students do not socialize well  Mrs. Ross’ students do not work well in groups
  4. 4. + Miss Gibson’s Second Grade Tyrone Marco Laura Lee Pamela Brian Amy Dane Teresa Tom Megan Beth Mary Aaron Tony Ben Daniel Anna Miss Gibson White Board Books Art Supplies Books Carpet Door
  5. 5. + Mrs. Ross’ s Fourth Grade Mrs. Ross White Board Amy Teresa Mary Aaron Books Art Supplies Books Door Tyrone Marco Laura Lee Pamela Brian Dane Tom Megan Beth Tony Ben Daniel Anna
  6. 6. + Suggestions for creating and effective classroom environment  Be consistent about expectations.  Reinforce and compliment good behavior.  Share your personal experiences such as goals you had to reach or mistakes that kept you from accomplishing your goals.  Establish a fair environment.  Encourage students to engage and participate at the beginning of class.  Show the students that you care about their learning experience and that you are willing to assist them if necessary.  Be clear about the consequences for bad behavior.  Model appropriate behavior so students understand what kind of behavior is expected.  Talk to students privately to discuss inappropriate behavior and eliminate embarrassment.  Try to adapt lesson plans to the student’s interest.
  7. 7. + Redesign suggestions Miss Gibson’s Classroom Mrs. Ross’ Classroom  Megan, Beth, and Tony should be moved to sit closer to the teacher, as their behavior is also below average.  Laura should be moved, as she is stuck (with her learning disability) in the far back corner of the room, adjacent to the two students with whom she most frequently talks in class.  Pamela should be separated from Dane, who picks on her.  The room is very crowded, desks should be spread out  Laura, Megan, Beth, and Tony should be moved closer to the teacher, as they display below average behavior.  Dane, as class clown, should be moved from the back-center seat. This offers him the ideal location to cause the maximum disturbance.  This class is also very crowded.
  8. 8. + Characteristics of an Effective classroom  Clear and definable goals  Using respect and genuine concern for each student  Providing comprehensive feedback to students  Using appropriate assessment techniques  Make classroom learning fun, interesting, and challenging  Employ both individual and group learning assignments  Encourage discipline, integrity, character, and hard work  Never be afraid to admit mistakes and learn from students  Be available to students for extra periods of instruction  Engage parents/guardians to facilitate overall student learning
  9. 9. + Effective Classrooms Miss Gibson’s Classroom Mrs. Ross’ Classroom  The new L-shape for the desk allows Miss Gibson to see every student’s face.  The new shape moved students around so that the disturbances caused would be minimized.  The classroom retained learning centers with more space for students to transition from their desks.  In Mrs Ross’ redesigned classroom, students’ desks are placed in groups so that students can interact with each other. Since students are in built built in groups the conflict about not wanting to work with various people should be resolved.  The students with behavioral problems are placed close to the teachers desk so that she can easily keep an eye on them when she is not engaged in active instruction.  The students with above average academics are next to classmates that have below average academics so they can provide more support for the students who might need it.
  10. 10. + Miss Gibson’s Second Grade Carpet Tyrone Laura Marco Lee Pamela Brian Amy Dane Teresa Tom Beth Megan Mary Aaron Tony Anna Ben Daniel Miss Gibson White Board Books Art Supplies Books Door
  11. 11. + Mrs. Ross’ s Fourth Grade Mrs. Ross Door White Board Books Art Supplies Books Tom Tyrone Marco Laura Lee Pamela Brian Amy Teresa Dane Megan Beth Mary Aaron Tony Ben Daniel Anna
  12. 12. + References  How Classroom Design Affects Student Engagement. (n.d.). Steelecase Education Studies. Retrieved October 16, 2014, from http://www.steelcase.com/en/products/Category/Educational/D ocuments/Post%20Occupancy%20Whitepaper.FINAL.pdf  Jones, V., & Jones, L. (2013). Comprehensive classroom management: Creating communities of support and solving problems (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill.  Thompson, J. G.(2011). Discipline survival guide for the secondary teacher (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

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