Pulay and Williamson investigated the response of pre-K students to LED (light emitting diodes) and fluorescent lighting in classrooms.
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New research confirms how disruptive nearby smart phones are, even when they’re not ringing, buzzing, vibrating, or otherwise alerting us to some sort of activity.
Straightforward ways to encourage student creativity
Kuo and her team have learned that outdoor teaching sessions have positive implications after students return to their indoor classrooms.
Weir reviews recent education-related research.
Research indicates that plants can enhance our wellbeing, even when we’re in space.
Bratt-Eggen and her team researched sound levels in open-plan study spaces.
Ulset and her research team investigated links between time spent outside and cognitive development.
Children and adults respond in different ways to their environments.
Visual complexity is an important driver of experience. Both too much and too little are bad for our mood and cognitive performance. Neuroscience research reveals how to manage visual complexity, disorder, and clutter.