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School Design Matters: How School Design Relates to the Practice and Experience of Schooling

Author/EditorDaniels H et.al (Author)
Stables, Andrew (Author)
Tse, Hau Ming (Author)
Cox, Sarah (Author)
Clegg, Peter (Author)
ISBN: 9781138280113
Pub Date12/03/2019
BindingPaperback
Pages190
Dimensions (mm)246(h) * 189(w)
Presenting qualitative and quantative findings from the unique Design Matters? project, this timely book explores the complex relationship between school design and practice to consider how environmental aspects impact on the day-to-day perceptions, actions and behaviours of pupils, teachers, leaders and professionals in the school community.
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The Design Matters? project on which this book is based produced the most accurate picture ever of the effects of school design on the practice and experience of school, from perspectives of teachers, students and parents. This book reviews its fascinating conclusions and shows how school design does not simply cause outcomes, but offers opportunities for, and constraints on, practices. It highlights the degree to which good school design can influence expectations and philosophies of school leaders, and how continuity of vision from design-to-build- to-occupation may produce more harmonious outcomes. This is a vital contribution to the debates about school design on a number of levels.

The Design Matters? project on which this book is based produced the most accurate picture ever of the effects of school design on the practice and experience of school, from perspectives of teachers, students and parents. This book reviews its fascinating conclusions and shows how school design does not simply cause outcomes, but offers opportunities for, and constraints on, practices. It highlights the degree to which good school design can influence expectations and philosophies of school leaders, and how continuity of vision from design-to-build- to-occupation may produce more harmonious outcomes. This is a vital contribution to the debates about school design on a number of levels.

Harry Daniels is Professor of Education in the Department of Education, University of Oxford, UK. Andrew Stables is Professor Emeritus at the University of Roehampton and a Senior Researcher with the International Semiotics Institute. Hau Ming Tse is a Research Fellow in the Department of Education, University of Oxford, UK. Sarah Cox is a Researcher in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford, UK.

List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgments About the Authors Foreword: Design Obviously Matters, Peter Clegg Foreword, Pamela Woolner Chapter 1: Introduction: School Design Matters? Chapter 2: School Design: What do we know? Chapter 3: The aims, scope and method of the Design Matters? Project Chapter 4: Design as a Social Practice Chapter 5: Design and Practice Chapter 6: The Experience of New Build Schools Chapter 7: Changing Schools Chapter 8: What matters about Design? Index

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