Classroom refers to a specially designed space to teach the students without any interruption. Students are expected to be obedient and quiet in the classroom. The classroom also uses an adaptive learning technology method to enhance better training and education for the students. It makes it the students with the status deferred admissions easy to catch up with the course. Adaptive learning in a classroom is a method of great erudition.

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In addition to the classroom’s formal curriculum, there is a hidden curriculum; an unintended lesson that the students learn. It is described as ‘hidden’ because it is neither acknowledged by educators nor written in any syllabus. Even though the hidden curriculum is to prepare the students for life in society beyond the class, it also teaches them to see life from a different perspective. But sometimes, it additionally teaches the students social class inequalities or hatred towards some group of people. Nowadays, virtual classes are on the rise.

For example, with the backward design method, students of Mount Carmel Science University spend four days each week in a laboratory, where the teacher gives the students the task to prepare a chemical. While the last two days of the week, the students study in the classroom.

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