After looking briefly at something red, people perform significantly more poorly on tests evaluating competence (such as IQ tests) and also seem to avoid tasks at which they might fail.
After looking briefly at something colored red, people perform significantly more poorly on important tests evaluating competence.
This insightful article broadly reviews the influence of the physical environment on child development.
For most children, directed learning occurs in a specific place they inhabit every school day—their school building. Two research studies add to our understanding of how these physical places can affect children’s learning-related behaviors and performance
The passage of an ANSI standard for classroom acoustics makes setting school acoustic standards easier, but who is listening? If the intention is to modify classrooms, what factors should be considered?
The popular press is devoting a lot of attention to the possible dangers of mold, which is keeping the issue top-of-mind with individuals and firms.
A recent article reviews a number of ways that architects designing school buildings are improving the acoustics in classrooms which are applicable to office and hospital conference rooms and any other environments where proper acoustics can improve experience.
How do “smart” classrooms affect learning? What are the best technological innovations to install in a classroom? With or without technology, what makes a room good for teaching?