Creating Learning Environments
by Allan A. Glatthorn - 1977
Much educational innovation has been concerned with changing the learning environment--developing new arrangements of time, staffing, space, resources, and pupil groupings. Despite mounting evidence that no single set of arrangements seems to be optimal for all pupils, innovators have continued to propose modifications and new combinations of those components in an attempt to bring about improved pupil attitude and performance. Such attempts to create new learning environments have had a clear impact on how the English language arts are taught; in fact, it seems to me that English teachers have always been among the first to experiment with such changes.
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