CADRE, HKS, and Uplift Education have written a guide to designing learning environments that support social and emotional learning, which is available free of charge (“Enriched Environments to Support Social and Emotional Learning: A Visual Design Guide,” https://www.cadreresearch.org/enriched-environments ). The webpage from which this resource can be downloaded effectively describes it: “This visual design guide contains 18 evidence-based design strategies, to be used when designing enriched learning environments to support social and emotional learning. This visual design guide is anchored by the neuroscience informed framework, enriched environments to demonstrate how the design of physical space can be used as a tool to support or augment existing pedagogical practices in classrooms - advancing the agenda to provide students with social and emotional learning competencies. . . . Use this guide as you move throughout the design process, and when you are documenting design intent. Print the cards out, fold them in half, and quickly reference the comprehensive evidence to provide rationale for design decisions. A comprehensive bibliography of empirical research studies that have associated the EBD strategy with outcomes related to students and teachers” is included at the end of the document.