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Thirty years of Learning Environments : looking back and looking forward

Author: David Bryan Zandvliet; Barry J Fraser
Publisher: Leiden : Brill Sense, [2019] ©2019
Series: Advances in learning environments research, v. 11.
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This volume is a commemorative book celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Special Interest Group (SIG) on Learning Environments of the American Educational Researchers' Association. It includes a historical perspective starting with the formation of the SIG in 1984 and the first program space at the AERA annual meeting in 1985 in Chicago. This retrospective notes other landmarks in the development of the SIG such  Read more...
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Thirty years of Learning Environments.
Leiden : Brill Sense, [2019]
(OCoLC)1065956013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Bryan Zandvliet; Barry J Fraser
ISBN: 9789004387720 9004387722
OCLC Number: 1079363371
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 150 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color).
Contents: Milestones in the Evolution of the Learning Environments Field over the Past Three Decades / Barry J. Fraser --
My Journey in the Learning Environments Research Community : Research on Teacher-Student Interactions and Relationships / Theo Wubbels --
Developments in Quantitative Methods and Analyses for Studying Learning Environments / Perry den Brok, Tim Mainhard and Theo Wubbels --
Looking Back and Looking Forward / David B. Zandvliet --
Evaluating the Impact of a Purposefully-Designed Active Learning Space on Student Outcomes and Behaviours in an Undergraduate Architecture Course / Catherine Martin-Dunlop, Christine Hohmann, Mary Anne Alabanza Akers, Jim Determan, LaKeisha Lewter and Isaac Williams --
Development and Validation of the Questionnaire Assessing Connections to Science (QuACS) / Georgeos Sirrakos and Barry J. Fraser --
Using Classroom Environment Perceptions to Guide Teacher Professional Learning : A Mixed-Methods Case Study / David Henderson and Melissa Loh --
Impacts of Learning Environments on Student Well-Being in Higher Education / Alisa Stanton, David B. Zandvliet and Dhaliwal Rosie.
Series Title: Advances in learning environments research, v. 11.
Other Titles: 30 years of Learning Environments
Responsibility: edited by David B. Zandvliet and Barry Fraser.

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This volume is a commemorative book celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Special Interest Group (SIG) on Learning Environments of the American Educational Researchers' Association. It includes a historical perspective starting with the formation of the SIG in 1984 and the first program space at the AERA annual meeting in 1985 in Chicago. This retrospective notes other landmarks in the development of the SIG such as the creation of the international journal Learning Environments Research. The study of learning environments was first conceptualized around the need to develop perceptual and psychosocial measures for describing students' individual or shared educational experiences (e.g. 'feel of the class' or 'classroom climate'). Over the ensuing decades, the field expanded considerably from its early roots in science education to describe other phenomenon such as teacher-student interpersonal relationships, or applications in pre-service teacher education and action research. The book also describes several new areas of promise for the expanding field of learning environments research that in the future will include more diverse contexts and applications. These will include new contexts but established research programs in areas such as information and communications technology and environmental education, but also in emerging research contexts such as the physical classroom environment and links among learning environment contexts and students' emotional health and well-being.

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