Order is the environment for learning. (Gladys Deloe, writer)
In developing curriculums to help disadvantaged children learn, Deloe has noted that “Clutter creates chaos.” A healthy environment for learning is order, including physical surroundings, noise levels, and good planning. That’s true, of course, for all learners. Life’s distractions (TV, social media, busy schedules) often make it difficult to learn. Order will greatly aid learning.
But be sure that everything is done properly and in order. (1 Corinthians 14:40)