CE  Vol.6 No.14 , August 2015
Discussion of the Influence Mechanism of Psychological Environment in Classroom for Effective Teaching
Abstract: Psychological environment in classroom is the sum of various potential environmental factors with the actual impact in classroom teaching, which has a substantial influence on effective teaching. This paper explores the influence mechanism of psychological environment in classroom for effective teaching mainly from psychological field, distributed cognition theory, situational learning theory and on embodied cognition as well as how to create psychological environment in classroom to achieve effective teaching.
Cite this paper: Xu, M. (2015) Discussion of the Influence Mechanism of Psychological Environment in Classroom for Effective Teaching. Creative Education, 6, 1573-1577. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.614157.

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