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Learning environments

Research about learning environments. What do you do to design great learning environments with students?

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Learning environments

  1. 1. Learning environments
  2. 2. Question # 1 Where will you place chairs and tables to help students learn well?
  3. 3. Room design without tables page 42.
  4. 4. Conference design with tables page 42.
  5. 5. 2012/01/22/new-school- system-in-sweden-is- eliminating-classrooms- entirely/
  6. 6. Room design with tables page 42.
  7. 7. Room design with easily movable chairs and tables
  8. 8. When children are given the opportunity to stand, they have greater attention span. ding-desks-are-coming-to-schools-to-cure- obesity-and-increase-attention-spans
  9. 9. Further inspiration
  10. 10. Question # 2 What sports equipment can help students calm down?
  11. 11. education-39-reveals-finnish-education-minister.aspx Finnish educators asked 3-6 years old children to take photos of the places they hated and the places they loved. The kids loved all the things that related to games and being physically active; places where they can hide. They hated rooms that are for calming down.
  12. 12. instead-of-desks-and-it-turns-out-thats-a-better-way-to-learn Activity can improve attention spans.
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  14. 14. Teachers have found that the right amount of movement before a learning session will help students to focus. Aerobic exercise such as walking Boosts our capacity to retain information and the speed at which we take in and rework information. Anaerobic activity such as sprinting Affects mood and helps to relieve stress, providing calmness and focus.
  15. 15. Further inspiration
  16. 16. Question # 3 What lighting solutions do students need?
  17. 17. Student A Student B Prefers low / dimmed / indirect lighting solutions. Prefers strong / bright / direct lighting solutions. p. 22.
  18. 18. Question # 4 What temperature do students need?
  19. 19. Student A Student B Prefers a relatively cool learning environment. Prefers a relatively warm learning environment. p. 22.
  20. 20. Question # 5 What noise level do students need?
  21. 21. Student A Student B Prefers silence in learning environment. Prefers some sounds in learning environment. p. 22.
  22. 22. Further inspiration