This essay focuses on varying extents with their surrounding.Hence the environment is, variously, the ‘backdrop’ to the unfolding narrative of human history,
Below is a list of questions to discuss:
How do you create an environment conducive to group learning activities?
What behavior situations arise during group learning activities?
How do you deal with behavior situations during group learning activities?
Thus, in popular usage, the notion of the ‘environment’ is associate. It is with diverse images and is bound up with various assumptions. This and beliefs that are often unspoke – yet may be strongly hold. All of these usages, however, have a central underlying assumption. It is that the ‘environment’ exists in some kind of relation to humans. Hence the environment is, variously, the ‘backdrop’ to the unfolding narrative of human history, the habitats and resources that humans exploit, the ‘hinterland’ that surrounds human settlements, or the ‘wilderness’ that humans have not yet domesticated or dominated.
In its most literal sense, ‘environment’ simply means ‘surroundings’ (environs); hence the environment of an individual, object, element or system includes all of the other entities with which it is surrounded. However, in reality, individuals, objects, elements and systems rarely exist in isolation; instead, they tend to interact to varying extents with their surrounding entities. Therefore, it is not particularly helpful to conceptualise the ‘environment’ without including in that conceptualisation some notion of relationship.
How do you set the expectations for group learning activities?
What strategies are the most beneficial when managing group learning activities?
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