A Study of School Learning Environment on Students And Teacher’s Performance at Secondary Levels

Author: Gobinda Kumar Das

DOI Link :: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/04.2024-95585521/BIJMRD/Vol -2 / 2 (1)/2024/A18/Gobinda Kumar Das

Abstract:The research focused on the study of the school environment in terms of internal and external factors, primarily abandonment, lack of values, and violence, which have a significant impact on the success or failure of the educational process; in effect, the scientific literature determines that performance is determined by socioeconomic, cultural, pedagogical, and technological conditions. In short, working in the venues where activities take place has a transcendental impact on the emotional, physical, and procedural aspects of the learner. As a result, the purpose was on studying the school environment and its impact on the teaching-learning process in educational institutions, to provide a safe and calm environment. where coexistence serves as the foundation for interpersonal relationships among members of the training community, in order to produce a safe and peaceful atmosphere. Certainly, the investigation took a qualitative method, employing unstructured observation and deductive-inductive bibliographic review techniques to determine the true situation of students in rural institutions. In conclusion, the findings revealed high levels of bullying, demotivation, and intra-family problems; in other words, it provided data on difficulties caused by limitations in didactic, technological, and human resources; in short, the aspect is not taken into account in educational reforms, and ignorance causes conflicts in the pedagogical field.

Keywords: School environment, Academic performance, Teaching learning process, Pedagogical knowledge.

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