Inside and outside classroom

“If life is a classroom then you’re still in the learning process part. In the learning process part, if you make a mistake you can just erase it and try again. In a classroom your mistakes deserve course correction and education, not punishment. Here the goal is to teach you how to behave better, not to fail or get rid of you. In a classroom, you can be a work in progress, and that’s okay.
In a classroom, you are free to make mistakes in order to learn, because mistakes are part of learning. There are still consequences to every choice, but in a classroom you can’t fail, because your value isn’t on the line. If life is a classroom, you have the same value no matter how much you struggle, how many mistakes you make or how you perform. If life is a classroom you are safe.”

 Kimberly Giles has clearly established the evolution of the classroom from an idea to a reality in her Choosing Clarity: The Path to Fearlessness. The world is changing so fast and the class rooms which are available to support, enhance and engage from a teaching view are endless. You must look forward to making connections with others who are also interested in making a difference in how children learn.

Some kids feel a little scared on the first day before entering class room because of all the new things: new teachers, new friends, and maybe even a new school. But luckily, these “new” worries only stick around for a little span and kids are found to fall in love with their class room.  Let’s find out more about going back to school. In class children are taught how to regulate their own social interactions. Through role playing activities and appropriate games, the teacher demonstrates the best way to respond to arguments on a new situation. It gives the child the ability to act confidently and socially when the actual problem arises. The ideal one is a self regulating classroom, in which common social tensions are resolved mostly by the children themselves.  Children are given the experience of discovering the answer for themselves. This leads to a much deeper learning experience, and creates a lifelong love of learning as a self-directed process of problem-solving and discovery.

But sometimes it can be difficult to keep kids on task in the classroom.  Especially as the school year draws to an end and the weather is nice outside and all they want to do is run around like mad things.  Better take learning outside and let them do just that. Take study outside and have children estimate then time how long it would take to run, hop and skip across a field.  They can discuss it outdoors and graph it back in the classroom. Taking kids beyond the classroom is like unclipping their wings.  Suddenly their minds are free to explore and you can often end up with some very creative results no matter what subject you’re teaching them.  But a proper teaching technique needs a deep insight of kid’s psychology and technique of teaching kids. You better hone your skill by taking a nursery teachers training to hone your skill before serving the curious minds.