Research indicates that attending a school that’s been designed in an environmentally responsible way supports developing the knowledge necessary for green living.
Reaffirming the benefits of seeing nature
Standing supports brain function
Kuper conducted an extensive study of preference for different landscapes using color photographs of outdoor areas in New York and Pennsylvania.
Optimizing student experience
Cascades Tissues Group surveyed people in the US who are or have been on-campus students at the kindergarten through graduate school level relatively recently.
Goldin-Meadow’s work indicates the importance of being able to see the gestures of others; a strong argument for co-location.
Allen and Pammer completed a detailed study of the link between hearing white noise and the ability of children with ADHD (7 to 14 years old) to pay attention.
Women are more likely to enroll in computer science classes when they feel comfortable in the physical environments in which computer science courses are taught.
Key insights on designing schools