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08/06/2014

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Teacher often do overlook the school or classroom appearance when so much impact is on meeting objectives and standards. However, the effectiveness of a lesson can be greatly influenced by the atmosphere in which it is delivered. Teaching in an orderly classroom is conducive to a relaxed supportive learning environment.

This is a very helpful perspective on classroom and school appearance. The classroom should give off a friendly and inclusive atmosphere to welcome all the students, faculty, and parents.

So true! The visual appearance of a school communicates so much to students, teachers, and parents. Thanks for writing this!

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