Are you an educator? Are you looking to help your children unlock their learning potential?
Design psychology is the consideration of how we respond to our surrounding spaces. We have very real physiological responses to our built environments.
When I design a space, it’s not so much about what it is to look like – it’s asking why. If the principles of design psychology are not considered carefully, we may find ourselves in spaces that can lead to unnecessary and unwelcome stress. When we consider this with respect to learning environments we realise we are able to set the classroom up in such a way as to enhance the learning capacity of the majority of students.
Drawing upon 8 years of classroom teaching experience, alongside my knowledge of interior design and design psychology, I’ve identified 6 core guiding principles all learning environments should be designed around.
I’ve building this knowledge into an online course broken into 6 easy to digest modules. Explore:
- The importance of design in supporting learners
- tactility and designing for the senses
- furniture layout to create flow
- flexible learning spaces
- biophilic design
The course launches in September, hit the button to join the wait list and get your guide now!
Using this guide as a starting point, you will begin to explore the principles of design psychology to create intentionally designed learning environments, the result of which, can be life changing.