Generic reference classroom

Classrooms are spaces designed to host learning activities in the group of students of a given school.

Generic reference classroom are formal spaces designed to accommodate the teaching activities provided by a teacher and oriented towards learning appropriate to a group of students of a given course or level.
Classrooms are normally used for teaching different subjects and therefore have the typical equipment and resources for any generic training. However, the required conditions of size, lighting, temperature and silence must allow pupils to concentrate on their school work. They usually have a certain arrangement of chairs and tables to favour a specific educational methodology.
The classroom is the place where the longest period of school coexistence takes place, so it must be sufficiently equipped to provide a certain level of comfort for the student body, which in Spain, according to the rules, must not exceed 25 students.

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Adam Kracík
Adam Kracík
16 February, 2023 12:14 pm

Classes in the Czech Republic

What similarities do you find on this topic in your country?
The primary school classes seem to be very similar to the Czech ones in all the concepts.
What differences do you find on this topic in your country?
One contrast might be found, though. Unlike, in Spain ,pupils do not change their shoes and put off their clothes (jackets, sweatshirts, coats, etc.) right in class, in the Czech Republic, there is always a changing room in Czech schools where either each class possesses a certain lockable space where to leave their clothes and shoes, or each pupil possesses his or her lockable locker. In the end, Czech pupils must wear slippers instead of shoes in schools.
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