My class room is on the ground floor. Children with attention deficit disorder scored higher on tests when white noise was being pumped into the classroom than when music was played.
The walls of the class are full of pictures of great men and women. The students don't get a chance to shout. Why is it significant? They both teach and serve the students in the classroom, but during certain parts of the day the special education teacher may pull the students that have services to give them additional support.
It is for this reason that I in the class- room most attentively. However, I have realized that a combination of several teaching styles may be beneficial for students because each student has particular needs for the classroom.
Of course, there are different needs depending on if you teach kindergartners or high school auto shop students, and every teacher has his or her own individual style. My classroom is almost eight metres long and six metres wide.
The walls are white and clean. Among patience, determination and motivation are: flexibility, careful planning and consistency. I accept that addressing the needs of my understudies is an exceptionally significant piece of my classroom.