View “Learning in motion”
Learning in motion
Why movement in learning spaces is so important for wellbeing.
View “Mentally Prepared”
How schools can help support mental wellbeing…
View “Zoning In”
Defining your learning spaces makes them (and the people using them) more effective
View “Educators across the world, have one thing in common”
Educators across the world, have one thing in common
They want learning environments that will help them achieve their educational vision.
View “Exceeding Expectations”
Why learning environments for alternative provision need to change…
View “The appliance of science – could neuroscience hold the key to optimising classroom design?”
The appliance of science – could neuroscience hold the key to optimising classroom design?
Environments influence how we feel and how we behave and learning environments are no exception.
View “CREATE Learning Spaces Special Issues”
CREATE Learning Spaces Special Issues
FREE ‘Learning Spaces’ Special Issues, to download or order…
View “A space of one’s own: why your students need a Focus Zone”
A space of one’s own: why your students need a Focus Zone
Next in our series is a space where students can get away from it all, get their head down and crack on with no interruptions.
View “Let’s go somewhere and talk”
Let’s go somewhere and talk
The fifth in our series on key learning zones is a space where no formal learning takes place, but it still plays an important role in student success.