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Quality Learning Environments

Schools are complex, dynamic systems that influence students’ academic, social, and behavioral learning.

The whole school environment, including its individuals and their relationships, the physical and social environment and ethos, community connections and partnerships, and policies, are important areas for action.

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Quality Learning Environments

Our Research

March 10, 2016
by People for Education
July 11, 2015
by People for Education
July 10, 2015
by Dr. Nina Bascia, The University of Toronto
Nina Bascia from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto highlights the interactive and dynamic environments in schools that support and shape rich learning experiences for students and educators. Read more >

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International Research

December 17, 2015
by Achievement Gap Initiative, Harvard University
This report looks at the influence of teaching in helping students become "more conscientious, more focused on preparing for the future, and more convinced that smart is something that you become by working hard." Read more >
December 04, 2014
by Public Health England
This research brief from Public Health England discusses the critical role that students' social emotional health plays in their school success and the role schools in supporting social emotional learning for students. Read more >
November 18, 2014
by Natasha Singer, The New York Times
A digital app, Classdojo, can keep track of student behavior, automatically alert parents and keep track of how students behave in classrooms. Widely popular in US classrooms, the app is generating concerns about student privacy and potentially harmful effects of ‘carrot and ... Read more >
November 03, 2014
by Katrina Schwartz, MindShift
21st Century Teaching and Learning Coach is Kris Hupp's official title. He's a teacher in a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania school, and his job is to support teachers, build connections between teachers and administration and help staff try new technologies. Read more >

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