Study links classroom environment to learning

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  1. How have they factored in such variables as teacher experience and qualifications, the local demography etc.? These will all play a major role in influencing the education of children.
    I just cannot see how taking the quality of a classroom as a standalone element can provide a reasonable argument.

  2. Thank you for your interest. We factored in a comprehensive range of factors and then used multi-level modelling to isolate the built environment aspects operating at the class level. This is all spelt out in the journal paper at:

  3. With a good knowledge of lighting design, having been to school, and continually reading on the effects of lighting on education and health care, I completely agree with this article.
    There is scientific evidence that correct levels of the correct wavelength light has dramatic effects on the ability to learn (education) and recover (health care)

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