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School spaces for student wellbeing and learning : insights from research and practice

Author: Hilary Hughes; Jill Franz; Jill Willis
Publisher: Singapore : Springer Nature : Springer, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This book introduces a new wellbeing dimension to the theory and practice of learning space design for early childhood and school contexts. It highlights vital, yet generally overlooked relationships between the learning environment and student learning and wellbeing, and reveals the potential of participatory, values-based design approaches to create learning spaces that respond to contemporary learners’  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hilary Hughes; Jill Franz; Jill Willis
ISBN: 9789811360923 9811360928
OCLC Number: 1086610558
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Foreword; References; Preface; Overview of Chapters; Looking Forwards; References; Acknowledgements; Contents; Editors, Illustrator and Contributors; Conceptual Understandings of School Spaces, Learning and Wellbeing; Towards a Spatiality of Wellbeing; Introduction; Wellbeing and Schooling; Wellbeing as Compartmentalised and Detached; Wellbeing as Embodied and Embedded; Space, Spatiality and Learning; Towards a Spatiality of Wellbeing; Wellbeing, Learning and Capability; Wellbeing as Existential Possibility; Embodied Meaning of Architecture; Conclusion; References Sociomaterial Dimensions of Early Literacy Learning Spaces: Moving Through Classrooms with Teacher and ChildrenIntroduction; Theoretical Understandings of Space, Wellbeing and Literacy; Site and Participants; Methods; Perspectives of Writing; The Classroom Space; Designing Classroom Spaces: A Teacher's Perspective; Using Classroom Spaces: Children's Perspectives; Discussion of a Writing Classroom in Action; Preparing for Writing; Planning and Modelling Writing; Encouraging and Supporting Writing; Conclusions; References Promoting Children's Wellbeing and Values Learning in Risky Learning SpacesIntroduction; Defining Wellbeing-Two Schools of Thought; Learning Spaces that Support Wellbeing; Non-traditional Learning Environments; Risk Supports Wellbeing; Learning Spaces that Support Social and Emotional Risk-Taking; (Un)Designing Learning Spaces for Children's Wellbeing; Learning Spaces for Children's Emotional Risk-Taking-Agency, Active Citizenship and Sustainability; Conclusions; Implications for Designing Spaces for Wellbeing; References; School Design and Wellbeing: Spatial and Literary Meeting Points IntroductionA Spatial and Literary History of School Design: UK and Australia; School Environment and Wellbeing: Disciplinary and Heterotopic Spaces; Nature Schools; Smart Schools and Technological Spaces; Conclusion; References; Student Experience of School Spaces for Wellbeing and Learning; Imaginings and Representations of High School Learning Spaces: Year 6 Student Experiences; Introduction; Policy Context-Year 7 Moving to High School in Queensland; Spatial Wellbeing as an Integrated Concept; Lefebvre's Triad of Physical, Mental and Social Space Related to Learning Spaces; Research Design Five Spatial Attributes of High School Learning SpacesNatural Spaces-'Near the Nature'; Open Spaces-'Not Crammed'; Sustaining Spaces-'Helps Me Think'; Active Spaces-'Something to Do'; Autonomous Spaces-'New Experiences, Endless Possibilities, New Environment'; Four Implications: Control, Consultation, Critique and Compromise; Conclusion; Summary of Implications for Designing Spaces for Wellbeing; References; High School Spaces and Student Transitioning: Designing for Student Wellbeing; Introduction; Understanding of Spaces and Wellbeing; Research Approach: Qualitative Case Study
Responsibility: editors: Hilary Hughes, Jill Franz and Jill Willis.

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