Clatter in the Classroom

  • February 17, 2017

Early childhood classrooms are busy, active, and energetic places filled with a cacophony of sounds including children’s laughter, conversations, and an occasional loud skirmish over a favorite toy.  There are the sounds of blocks tumbling, music playing, cars and trucks racing up ramps, and dishes, pots, and pans rattling and clattering in the dramatic play corner.  While this type of auditory clatter positively impacts children’s engagement with the environment and interactions with others, some classrooms are also filled with negative classroom clatter—especially in the physical arrangement of the space. Continue reading…

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