Creating Positive Learning Environments

As we lay out our rooms and organize our spaces, we can make our learning environments more positive spaces to interact, collaborate and work together. Today Kevin Stoller gives us ideas to make our learning environments more positive places to interact.

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Kevin Stoller – Bio As Submitted

Kevin Stoller is Co-Founder and CEO of Kay-Twelve, with the mission to improve 10,000,000 students’ learning environments. He is the author of Creating Better Learning Environments and hosts the Better Learning Podcast.

 

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3 thoughts on “Creating Positive Learning Environments

  1. I love the ideas you have shared about creating a positive learning environments. I have students who get easily frustrated, and I try to stay positive as I help them solve their problems. Generally, we solve them with a positive attitude.

  2. Hi Vicki!
    I am currently an Elementary Education major at the University of Northern Iowa. I am currently trying to build my Personal Learning Network for my EdTech Class with Dr. Leigh Zeitz. In response to your podcast, how can you make sure what you are doing in your classroom for seating is truly benefitting the student’s learning?

    • Well, I think as you work with it, you have to measure how students are doing. students also have to rotate, typically, so you’ll notice a difference if students are doing better in a desk versus other seating. We just need to know our students and work towards what will help each child individually.