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How Posters Enhance Your Classroom

4th January 2018

One of the most effective ways teachers can encourage and develop positive learners is by allowing them to participate in the various activities in the classroom, including learning and developing extra-curricular activities.

There are various teaching aids that teachers are trained to implement through Pre & Primary Teachers Training in Kolkata to improve the student’s learning. Being creative enables students to express their ideas, think about innovations, face challenges with solutions and most importantly – learn faster and effectively.

Educational & fun posters are an excellent teaching aid that can help children with spelling & comprehension, mathematics, language, geography, science, history and many more subjects. They provide students with an opportunity to absorb information more deeply – enhancing their creative and contextual understanding of the content.

For young learners, posters are a great way to draw their attention and develop their curiosity in more ways than one. Teachers who are trained in Nursery Teachers Training in India are trained to understand the mind of the child, how it can be developed and the ways they can be encouraged to learn better.

Posters are colourful, inspirational and a constant way to keep students motivated in the classroom or outside. By creating posters, you introduce innovative ways to illustrate new concepts and on developing positive classroom environment.

15 reasons why classroom posters are effective:

  1. Posters enable visualization in the classroom to foster student learning.
  2. Educational posters are an excellent source for students to read and learn from when focusing on a specific subject.
  3. A poster speaks for itself, therefore making it possible to reach a broader audience.
  4. By presenting several posters in the same room you can enable your learners to be excited.
  5. You can present a poster by giving a short introduction.
  6. Your classroom walls and displays speak about you and your relationship with your class and your view of teaching.
  7. Ensure that the classroom posters are works created by students.
  8. Enable your young learners through the Pre & Primary Teachers Training to decide which posters to display.
  9. Enable students to maintain the sections where posters have been put up.
  10. It gives an opportunity to develop organizational and decision-making skills.
  11. The posters should have a relevance to the current curriculum.
  12. These displays affirm each child’s sense of belonging
  13. They enable children to have a powerful effect on community creating
  14. A classroom filled with the work of children sends a message to students that their work and their learning are important.
  15. Posters provide an opportunity to pair visual learning with textbook reading.

In academic collaboration with:

Pebble Hills University  London School Of Teaching and Training City College Birmingham Cambridge English AAHEA AAHEA TQ