THE INFLUENCE OF CLASSROOM DESIGN ON TRAINING PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH HIDDEN CURRICULUM
Keywords:design in primary education, hidden curriculum, spontaneous learning, prepared spaces,
The paper Â The Influence of Classroom Design in Training Primary School Students Through Hidden Curriculum, was born from the need to analyze and compare in a organized form two educational paradigms the traditional and the modern in terms of class design as part of hidden curriculum. This paper tries to surprise, characteristics, design a modern classroom, a school other than the one we currently dominant and how it affects small school education, through what we call learning hidden curriculum and spontaneous learning. We will try building the image of a school, a classroom, where the pupils go with pleasure and to be happy.Â A school, a classroom whereÂ theÂ spacesÂ are prepared to wait for children, to attract them, to motivate, lead them to feel rewarded for the effort to learn some of the learning that occurs by itself, the daily existence through natural manifestation in these areas, specially designed to educate and shape.
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