Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Learning Environments
Enhance your understanding of the nature and importance of the STEM classroom climate, environment, atmosphere and ethos. Study the history of learning environment research, and review , then utilise and design instruments for use in research.
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This subject examines the nature and importance of classroom climate, environment, atmosphere and ethos in relation to Teaching and Learning in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). It focuses on research related to classroom learning environments and the topics include: past learning environment research; instruments for assessing learning environments; quantitative and mixed-methods approaches to the study of learning environments, and recent directions in learning environment research.
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