Lighting sets the tone for the classroom. The brightness level and color temperature that support your learning objectives can make a big difference, even though the students won’t necessarily notice it. A warm, inviting atmosphere will help students in activities like reading or study hall. Being able to switch the color temperature to a cooler white will help facilitate alertness for science classes. Being able to dim the light means being able to adapt the lighting to the time of day, computer activity, and other factors. It gives teachers more control over the classroom environment.
Not only that, LED classroom lights eliminate flickering, buzzing, and humming. These sounds can be distracting to anyone, but create significant hardships for students with sensory issues or other learning challenges. Plus, teachers won’t have to stop teaching to request repairs or replacements as often.