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Creating and Maintaining High Quality, Sustainable Healthy Learning Environments for Students and Teachers in Global Schools
The research reports on relationships between ecological and health conditions in learning environments involving 1) teacher effectiveness, 2) student achievement, and 3) health of teachers and students. We argue these conditions present implications for transforming learning environments into healthy, safe places for teachers and learners. Findings on ecological conditions in schools show there could be health risks. Methodology is shared to gather evidence on potential adverse effects of ecological conditions on teachers and students in schools. Conclusions suggest that failure to acknowledge problems involving infrastructure, environmental conditions and impact on health could result in adverse affects for teaching and learning.
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