Design an indoor and/or outdoor learning environment.
Design should include layout of an indoor and/or outdoor learning environment focused on a specific age group and considering safety regulations and developmentally appropriate, safe, and eco-friendly equipment based on budgetary constraints.
- What is the difference between an indoor vs. an outdoor learning environment?
- What does the term eco-friendly mean?
- What components are required in an indoor and an outdoor learning space?
- How does the arrangement of the learning environment encourage or guide a child’s ability to learn and discover?
- What resources could be used to create a learning environment?
- What are different types of communication devices (e.g., internet, phone, emergency call buttons) used in various learning environments?
- How does the layout implement program goals?
- Why is it critical to consider the perspectives of others in designing a learning environment?
- Why must planning take place prior to arranging space?
- What consequences can result if a budget is not followed?
Other Related Standards
FCCLA National Programs
A Better You
Working on Working
FCCLA: STAR Events (2019)
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Focus on Children
National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Arrange the classroom environment to provide for learners' exploration, discovery, development, and reflection through multiple methods including learning centers.