what do you mean by favourable and unfavourable learning environment?

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  • 1 month ago
    Favourite answer

    I don't mean anything by it, given that I did not say or write it.  However, favorable (favourable) would mean conducive to the process and leading toward the desired outcome, whereas unfavourable would mean counter to the achievement of the desired outcome.  Given that "learning" is the presumed outcome, things which make learning difficult would be seen as unfavourable.  Noisy environments, confusing situations, and so on, would often be seen as unfavourable environments for learning.  Learning tends to require concentration on the one matter that is attempted to be taught and learned.  Everything else is a distraction and not favourable.

  • RP
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    A favorable learning environment is one conducive to learning whereas an unfavorable one is an environment that has impediments, obstacles, or barriers that make learning difficult, if not impossible. Along with considering these as equivalent to conducive (favorable) and nonconductive (unfavorable), one might also view them as being tantamount to facilitating (favorable) and frustrating (unfavorable).

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