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Thesis Program.pdf
Title: Educational Interaction within Nature
Author: Anderson, Trevor
Abstract: I have challenged myself to find if the quality of a space can enhance some ones ability to learn. The typology is a junior high school in the Midwest. This location will not only challenge me because of the various types of information that age group is learning but the multiple seasons will demand attention. I believe that we as designers can directly effect the inhabiters of our spaces. In the instance of a school, we can improve the ability learn. This is possible because the mind is directly related to the spaces we inhabit. In a student’s situation there must be a balance in the space to focus the mind in on not the space itself, but the information being presented. Knowledge is the key to our past, present, and future as humans. We must continue to advance in the design for schools to keep pace with the expanding knowledge future generations are expected to retain. Key Words: Ability to learn, school, mind directly related to space
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Junior high school facilities.
School buildings.
Red Lodge (Mont.)
Montana.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16843

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