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Moving Away From Those Rigid Rows Of Desks

Moving Away From Those Rigid Rows Of Desks

Why, when there is now so much evidence that students engage and focus better when they aren’t stuck in rigid rows of desks, is mainstream education still full of those rows of desks from the industrial era?Well, there are a few reasons. The first is obviously cost:...
Why Purposeful Business Is Better For Everyone

Why Purposeful Business Is Better For Everyone

Part Three of this Three Part Series:  This is the last section of sharing our manifesto with you, and diving deeper into how it guides our company vision and purpose, and how that can positively impact your work and your students. Manifesto: a public declaration of...
‘Redesigning Learning Spaces’ – Book Review

‘Redesigning Learning Spaces’ – Book Review

This week we’re diving into a book whose content is very close to our heart: ‘Redesigning Learning Spaces’. It explores how learning-space design can positively impact classroom learning, the culture of a school, healthy communities, and systems and structures that...
How Shaping Learning Environments, Shapes Learning

How Shaping Learning Environments, Shapes Learning

Part Two of a Three Part Series: Following on from Part One and the recent interview with our CEO, Bridgitte Alomes and Douglas Magazine – this is the second part of sharing our better learning manifesto diving deeper into how it guides our company vision and purpose,...
Why Good Design Is Important For Education

Why Good Design Is Important For Education

Part One of a Three Part Series: You may have read the recent interview with our CEO, Bridgitte Alomes and Douglas Magazine – it has inspired us to go deeper into our story about why Natural Pod does what it does. Manifesto: a public declaration of policy and...
Celebrating Green Ribbon Schools

Celebrating Green Ribbon Schools

You may have heard the term ‘Green Ribbon Schools’. The Green Ribbon Schools prestigious awards program was created by the U.S. Department of Education in 2011 with the aim of recognizing select K–12 schools, K–12 districts and postsecondary institutions for a deep...

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