This sense of comfort enhances the learning and cooperation of the children. Young children should be handling with care to ensure that they are not nervous in the class. To do this, the classrooms are painted and colored to make attractive to children. The classroom should also be neat and organized. A neat environment ensures that learning materials are place in their expected areas and hence accessible to the children. This also ensures that the children are safe and secure and can’t hurt them (p.2).
There are various factors that affect the way children learn in the classroom environment. They include the child’s, family, community peer and how they relate with factors like social, emotional, cultural and intellectual factors.
According to de Serf (2002), the family can affect the way children learn in classroom. a child whose parents are financially independent is very likely to have a good classroom experience as opposed to those whose parents don’t have the financial resources. This is because such parents can afford to buy books and reading materials to the young leaner. Consequently such a child will perform better because they have more resources at their disposal (p.2).
Secondly, parents who spend more time with their children knows what is happening in their children’s life and will also e interested in knowing how they are performing in school. Consequently children whose parents spend quality time with them will tend to perform better in class since the parents provide the mentorship role to their children as opposed to the parents who don’t spend quality time with their children (De Serf, 2002, p.3).
De Serf (2002), goes on to say that children who come from a family headed by a single mother and those which both parents are biological parents of the child are more likely to perform better than those which have step parents. This is because both parents provide stability to the child’s life. ...Show more