Investigating the impact of geographical environment on learning(case study of social science students)
Thegeographical environment andlocations the place where learning takes shapeand is one of the factors affecting learning. This article seeks to identify the various geographical environments and to determine the extent to which they affect students' learning. Research Goal: The most important goal of this article is to find out how much the geographic environment affects students' learning. Research question: What is the impact of the geographical environment on students' learning? Possible answers to this question have been suggested by hypotheses the geographical environment and climatic factors do influence students' learning. Methods: The method used in this article is a combination of primary and secondary research, collected from scholarly works of other researchers and of our own first hand research in the field. The statistical data in this research is comprised of students of Social Sciences Faculty of Shaheed. Pr. Rabbani Education University. The sample data includes 261.72 students. Result: Research findings show that geographical factors such as weather, cold and heat, drought and humidity, forest and mountainous areas, neighborhood physical and housing conditions, high density or low population density, air pollution, monsoon winds, village housing architecture, access to nutrition, high latitude, distant proximity to temperature, cultural norms, religious restrictions and dozens of other factors above the human spirit has an influence on students' learning and teaching.