There’s a fine line between an occupation to instruct versus one that is dedicated to  teaching. As a teacher, your duties go beyond merely covering lesson objectives, assigning homework and correcting exam papers. An educator would help students find the joy in learning and discover their passions.

The science of classroom design is a very interesting topic to research for teachers. Classroom design and layout show tremendous ability to impact the way people behave in a particular space.

Add to that the individual elements of an inspiring classroom space. This will ignite students to work together to create an atmosphere that can either inspire or stifle them which consequently will either build or break their creative muscle.

The themed classroom

With the help of students, use simple material like paper, glue, and colorful stripes to make a theme for the classroom. Change the theme every month or according to the topic you will be introducing to the students.

Use visual-aid material

Class room posters and charts are a great way to add variety to your instruction. Use educational charts to elaborate more on complex scientific topics.

Role plays

Having to repeat certain exercises and games tend to be very tedious and mundane for the average pupil. This is where role playing comes in. It will help alleviate any distractions from your students in the classrooms and reinforce their interpersonal skills using captivating teaching methodologies that go way beyond the premise of traditional teaching

Conversational classroom

Ensuring that classes reform their critical and knowledge planning skills will be a useful way for students to work on their idea gathering before implementing them. Conversation among peers will help promote this positive sessions without the fear of chaos erupting.

Introduce unconventional materials, like TEDtalks

Non-traditional ways of teaching will help highlight the importance of autonomous learning. Watching conference talks where they discuss tackling issues globally will give a profound insight into why it is important to let children’s ‘inner genius’ spin wild.