Research recently completed by the Interactive Autism Network and lead by Dr. Paul Law, indicates that nearly half, of children with autism wander – or run- out of their homes, schools, etc., “and more than half of these children go missing.”
New studies in school design research are particularly applicable as teachers adapt more active forms of learning.
Trying to design to make healthy eating more likely?
What do designers need to know about personal learning environments?
Teachers’ Construction of Space and Place: School Architectural Design as a Context of Teachers’ Work
The conclusions in this book are exceptionally well grounded in the environment-behavior literature and research.
Dewar and her colleagues make the case for wakeful resting, a state that can be supported by design.
Maxwell and Schectman comprehensively evaluated student perceptions of school building quality and the educational repercussions of those assessments.
Can artificial light help students learn? Do professors prefer open-plan offices?
Appropriate school design has a significant influence on learning and the satisfaction of teachers and students with educational environments.