Recently, I came across an interesting article about color.
It said that an elementary school teachers used red to check students’ papers.
At first, some parents began to claim that red has a terrible image.
Their logic is that; teachers always use red to correct students’ papers so that students feel bad when they see red.
So the principal decided to put the color on the blacklist.
Teachers do not use red.
Also the principal introduced a shift in commenting.
Teachers used to point out what is bad and then showed the correct answer.
Instead, a new method consists of praise (you have done right! or you did a good job!) then give some advice (Your paper will be better if you write this way!)
And another color, purple, has emerged as a new color of choice for many educators.
An expert on ties between colors and communication said; This is a good approach.
I would like to know what has happened at the elementary school after going through these changes.