Linking the Primary Classroom Environment to Learning
Book Summary: Empowering students to be active thinkers and learnersPrimary students enter the classroom as capable thinkers with unique experiences, skills, and ideas about the world. Using this new collection of articles, educators can build on that preexisting knowledge to take teaching and learning to the next level. This valuable resource will help you- Create environments that boost learning and build social relationships among students- Engage young learners in interpreting complex literature and thinking deeply and meaningfully about math and science- Support culturally and linguistically diverse children- Foster strong ties with familiesUsing the ideas presented here as a foundation, educators can make the most of their time with students by using each interaction as a powerful opportunity to instill confidence, competence, and a love of learning.
Faulk, Janet; and Evanshen, Pamela. 2016. Linking the Primary Classroom Environment to Learning. Spotlight on Young Children: Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades. Washington, DC: The National Association of Education of Young Children. https://www.amazon.com/Spotlight-Young-Children-Teaching-Learning/dp/1938113209 ISBN: 9781938113208