The school year is underway and for many it is looking a lot different than past years. Many students are learning virtually and this means they need a learning space in the home. So, what should parents be thinking of when creating a learning environment for their children? Creative Director, Angelo Adamo chatted with 9 & 10 News about three key things to consider for your at-home learners. You can watch the interview here. (WATCH NOW)
Virtual learning is over the internet, so your internet speed should be your #1 priority. There is nothing more frustrating than slow load times and frozen Zoom rooms. You can maximize your internet speed by adding a sub router to your home. Choose the room you will use most and add a sub router to boost the signal.
Good lighting is key to optimal learning. Normal home lighting measures at 2300-3000 kelvins. For a learning environment you want around 5000 kelvin lightbulbs. Studies have shown that proper lighting helps the brain stay engaged, so it is an important consideration. Switch your bulbs to bright white LED’s to create the perfect space for your child.