Supporting learning is challenging
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.
Stephen Pont’s presentation (“Green Schoolyards Support Healthy Bodies, Minds and Communities") at the 2017 annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) indicates that medical professionals are recognizing the value of green spaces.
Research on educational spaces, at both the pre K-12 and college/university levels, continues to generate fresh, important insights . This new wisdom supports design options that make learning a more pleasant and productive experience.
Children and adults respond in different ways to their environments.
Keeping sound in check improves behavior
Greenwood and Gatersleben investigated cognitive restoration among teenagers.
Green walls affect performance