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Author Lippman, Peter C.

Title Evidence-Based Design of Elementary and Secondary Schools : a Responsive Approach to Creating Learning Environments
Published Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2010
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Contents EVIDENCE-BASED DESIGN of Elementary and Secondary Schools; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Where Does Evidence-Based Design Fit in the Design Process for Creating Responsive Learning Environments?; Chapter 2: Responsive Design Approach: Defining Intentions; Chapter 3: Understanding Practice-Based Evidence, Evidence-Based Design, and Responsive Research as Approaches for Guiding the Design of Learning Communities*; Chapter 4: Historical Overview of School Design in the United States; Chapter 5: Technology in Education*; Chapter 6: Learning Theories
Chapter 7: Models for Twenty-First-Century SchoolsChapter 8: Promoting a Framework for the Design of Learning Communities; Chapter 9: Case Studies: Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools, Urban Schools, Specialized Schools, Private Schools, and Community Schools; Chapter 10: Next Steps for the Twenty-First Century; Index; Photo Insert
Summary An in-depth, evidence-based design approach to the design of elementary and secondary schools. The contemporary school must be a vibrant, living extension of its community. Evidence-Based Design of Elementary and Secondary Schools instructs design professionals on how to successfully achieve this goal. With assistance from research-intensive principles grounded in theories, concepts, and research methodologies--and with roots in the behavioral sciences--this book examines and provides strategies for pooling streams of information to establish a holistic design approach that is responsive to the
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Subject Elementary school buildings -- United States -- Design and construction.
Elementary school buildings -- United States -- Planning.
High school buildings -- United States -- Design and construction.
High school buildings -- United States -- Planning.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0470915951 (electronic bk.)
9780470915950 (electronic bk.)