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‘Visual Environment, Attention Allocation and Learning in Young Children: When Too Much of a Good Thing May Be Bad’ by A.Fisher, K.E.Godwin1, and H.Seltman (2014)

We find this a great article to pass on to teachers and parents- especially those who are interested in research and evidence, as a way to help them understand the impacts of sensory processing and our environment on attention and engagement. Researchers selected kindergarten aged children and they were split into 2 classes- one class had sparse walls, the other was brightly decorated with posters.

Some key points from the article: