Monday, October 20, 2014

The Bare Walls Theory: Do Too Many Classroom Decorations Harm Learning? - Masters and PhDs

A recent study has found that for young children, adopting a subdued approach to classroom decoration is better. The study, published May 2014 in Psychological Science, was one of the first to examine how decorations impact learning. It found that when kindergartners were taught in a highly decorated classroom, they were more distracted and scored lower on tests than when they were taught in a room with bare walls.


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