Healthy Schools as a Learning Tool

The School as a Unique Habitat

A sustainable school in Australia lives in a special environment responding to the elements. Here, physical design mirrors a curriculum in environmental education that is reaping big rewards. Educational Facility Planner; Volume 43.1. Published by the Association for Learning Environments.

Hydroville Curriculum Project

The Hydroville Curriculum Project offers an interesting teaching methodology to impart knowledge of the environment among school children. More at:

Does Temperature Impact Student Performance?

Learn what these children found out...

Can a Healthy School Develop a Learning Environment?

Yes, it can. Many healthy schools are now creating learning tools so that students can get first-hand knowledge about the environment. Details available at:

Is this Trend Developing Globally?

Yes. The trend towards sustainable development in schools is global in nature. Read about sustainable development in Scotland at:

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