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CO2 and learning, in 1893

2024-03-18 18:35:31.582741+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Excerpts from a study done in 1893 that found that students don't learn well in classroom environments with over 700ppm of CO2.

From this experience it would seem that students can work well in a clean room with about seven parts ber 10,000 of carbon dioxide; much more than this causes dullness, and anything over thirteen parts causes in most cases an almost impassable barrier to the full ackquisition of knowledge.

Anyway, enjoy that interior conference room...

Via Kee Hinckley @nazgul@infosec.exchange

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#Comment Re: CO2 and learning, in 1893 made: 2024-03-18 22:26:37.752568+01 by: meuon

Again, most class/learning activities should be outside..

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