Supporting Literature (GL)

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  • Lighting fixtures, Blinds, Glare spots, Comfort ability for students.

Lighting and discomfort in the classroom is studied by Winterbottom, M., Wilkins, A. (2009).

  • Effects of types of light on students performance.

A Study Into the Effects of Types of Light on Children - A Case of Daylight Robbery is studied by Hathaway, W.E. (1992).

  • Impact of glare on students performance.

Research into the connection between built learning spaces and student outcomes is studied by Blackmore, J. et al. (2011).

  • Control and effect of window blinds on occupants.

Patterns of occupant interaction with window blinds: A literature review is studied by Wymelenberg, K.V.D. (2012).

  • Building performance, Workplace design, and comfort.

Occupant comfort and engagement in green buildings: Examining the effects of knowledge, feedback and workplace culture is studied by Brown, Z.B. (2009).

  • The impact of classroom design and physical features.

The impact of classroom design on pupils' learning: Final results of a holistic, multi-level analysis is studied by Barrett, P. et al.(2015).

  • Learning rate of students as influenced by classroom space.

A holistic, multi-level analysis identifying the impact of classroom design on pupils’ learning is studied by Barrett, P. et al. (2013).

  • Classroom lighting and students performance.

Effects of school design on student outcomes is studied by Tanner, C.K. (2009).

  • Energy savings, daylighting and lighting control.

Adding advanced behavioral models in whole building energy simulation: A study on the total energy impact of manual and automated lighting control is studied by Bourgeois, D; Reinhart, C; Macdonald, I. (2006).