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Investigation of the design criteria for the new generation learning environment in the scope of architecture first class student works

Sciprofile linkSerhat Aniktar, Yavuz Ozdemir
Published: 7 March 2020
Asian Journal of Interdisciplinary Research , Volume 3, pp 178-184; doi:10.34256/ajir20113

Abstract: 21st century schools are defined as new generation schools. In recent years, studies on new generation schools in educational science have been created with the contributions of the discipline of architecture. In new generation schools, the learning environment can not be confined to classes. According to learning-oriented learning approaches, any environment that affects the learning process for children is the learning environment. In this context, the concept of “learning environment needs to be perceived from a new perspective beyond the concept adopted. The design of educational buildings should be conveyed to the students of architecture, the architects of the future, in the context of the new generation school and learning environment. Within the scope of this study, first year students of the department of architecture were asked to design a learning environment in accordance with the criteria of new generation learning environment design. Student studies were evaluated by the instructor and another faculty member and scored in the context of design criteria of the new generation learning environment. The application results were analyzed comparatively
Keywords: Children / Buildings / architecture / students / Learning environment / scope / Generation Learning / new generation schools

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