CONDUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FROM A PSYCHSOCIAL - Coggle Diagram
CONDUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FROM A PSYCHSOCIAL
relationship between students and their peers that creates a strong friendship and also between students and teachers in school.
an engaging class with fun atmosphere and no pressure for the students that will make them learn without any fear of making mistakes
a friendly school environment with many colors and meaningful displays of art or words
lack of governance and accountability mechanism
While some nations still lack comprehensive regulations to safeguard students from school-based violence, others recently passed these laws, many of which are still not being properly implemented. There are frequently gaps in available methods for reporting violence.
In order to expedite academic learning, schools must navigate a number of logistical, pedagogical, organisational, and technological hurdles.
lack of data
For the purpose of guiding policy, planning, and budgeting, accurate, trustworthy, and comprehensive data on the prevalence, nature, and causes of school violence and bullying are required.
Teachers frequently lack the skills necessary to effectively manage classrooms and disputes, attention to the social and emotional needs of children, and teach SEL. Additionally, there aren't enough programmes for training teachers on how to make students happy and well-off in the classroom.
social and culture norms
Social and cultural standards may dissuade victims of abuse from coming forward with their experiences. Additionally, they make it more challenging to discuss violent concerns in public.
poor SEL implementation
If SEL programmes are not a part of the core curriculum, they are frequently fragmented, brief, and ignored. Another problem is the lack of understanding of how SEL can be incorporated into academic courses.