Thursday, May 12, 2011

Classroom Lighting Helps Pupils Learn

In the Netherlands and Germany, a new concept is spreading through the education echelons: lighting helps pupils learn! Scientists have confirmed that changing the intensity and colour of the light (the students can choose from normal, focus, calm and energy settings) can alter the children's mood and behaviour. Teachers say that the children "are able to achieve more and feel it is part and parcel of a learning environment they can be successful in."

At Creative Learning, we feel it's nothing new, although we're delighted to have our methods confirmed by yet another scientific experiment. Our Learning Style Analysis has always included Light as one of the important environmental elements to consider when designing the perfect learning conditions, be it at home or in the classroom.

Incorrect lighting can make the pupils feel lethargic or hyperactive, bored or stressed. Prolonged exposure to the wrong kind of light can make the children's behaviour unmanageable and can even influence their health.

Check your whole family's lighting, temperature and noise level tolerance today. Click here to begin your journey.


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