The relationships between classroom air quality and children’s performance in school

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The relationships between classroom air quality and children’s performance in school

Abstract The data from published studies were used to derive systematic relationships between learning outcomes and air quality in classrooms. Psychological tests measuring cognitive abilities and skills, school tasks including mathematical and language-based tasks, rating schemes, and tests used to assess progress in learning including end-of-year grades and exam scores were used to quantify learning outcomes.

 

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By |2020-04-13T00:59:18+00:00April 13th, 2020|

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The relationships between classroom air quality and CHILDREN’S performance in school

Highlights

•    The literature on ventilation and performance of schoolwork was reviewed.
•    School work, national tests and absence rates were used as performance measures.
•    CO2 was used as a metric of ventilation.
•    There was a relationship between reduced CO2 and improved performance.
•    Quantitative relationships were created between CO2, ventilation rates and performance of schoolwork.

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By |2020-02-23T13:27:40+00:00February 23rd, 2020|

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