Subjective Key Factors

in Learning

Motivation: It develops by the movement from outer discipline to self-discipline. It resides within the child. Allow the child to explore, discover, interact and adapt. Kids are active learners. Their job is to play: that is how they develop the ability to think.


Peer Relations: Encourage the children to address one another by name. Plan activities in which children work in small groups. Provide a cooperative atmosphere where each child feels comfortable and is developing friendships. Learning is easier in a setting where the child is not in competition with everyone else. Rather provide an atmosphere of group competition: children helping each other to conquer difficult tasks.


Communication: The teacher needs to teach concretely as well as to understand a child’s nonverbal communications.