Schools as significant places Building identities
Conclusion Importance of space for students to move Personal spaces and social spaces interact in ways that improve school climate and promote achievement School facilities should reflect the intentions of school designers and past occupants, both students and adults.
References Uline, C. L., Wolsey, T. D., Tschannen-Moran, M. & Lin, J. (in press). Improving the physical and social environment: The effects of building renovation on teaching and learning. Journal of School Leadership. Wolsey, T. D. & Uline, C. L. (in press). Middle School Learning Spaces and Places. Middle School Journal Uline, C., Tschannen-Moran, M., & Wolsey, T. D. (2009). The walls still speak: A qualitative inquiry into the effects of the built environment on student achievement. Journal of Educational Administration, 47(3),pp. 395-420.doi: 10.1108/09578230910955818
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