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this builds from work done in the original LEARNOMETER project back in 2006

LEARNOMETER has been a remarkable research project for us - and the insights it has given have been so powerful, have helped make such a difference to the task of making learning better, and have offered us so many surprises that we have now decided to make the tool available as cheaply as we can to everyone. Hopefully, that is a useful contribution...

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To learn well is complex. Alongside the hard work, the pedagogy, collegiality, passion, delight, knowledge, joy, engagement and more there is the detail of physical learning spaces themselves.

And within those spaces a mix of physical parameters can make the difference between dozy disconnection and bright eyed passion.

The LEARNOMETER research project has sought to build something of an algorithm for learning. Alongside data from the students' own views about their learning experiences we have built a clever little box to measure, and report back on, a wide range of physical variables that we know are important to learning:

  • light levels;
  • temperature;
  • sound volumes & rhythms;
  • humidity;
  • air pollution;
  • CO2
  • air pressure...

LEARNOMETER will give you the ability to log, view, compare with others (ie with other parts of your learning institution, with other institutions worldwide, with other academic years, against other seasons...) all through the LEARNOMETER cloud. You can then to analyse these physicalparameters. If you're serious about better learning, these insights help you to attain it.

 

The team are pretty excited about our little LEARNOMETERS.

  • read here for some of the work so far by young learners and researchers;
  • read here some details about the levels that might be appropriate for learning environments - what we know so far;
  • read here for some of our example research data, narrated;

Return here to see pricing & availability soon (they're bargainous!)


Read here about the LEARNOMETER team of:

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this page created and last updated on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:05 AM