Supporting Literature (SF)

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  • Indoor air quality, School facility and students achievement.

The Walls Speak: The Interplay of Quality Facilities, School Climate, and Student Achievement is studied by Cynthia, U., Megan, T. (2008).

  • Effects of sound and visual environment on learning.

Acoustical and Visual Environments Affect Learning is studied by Knirk, F. G. (1970).

  • Impact of outdoor noise on indoor acoustic environment.

Acoustics in the Built Environment is studied by Guy, R. (2009).

  • School facility design, Acoustic, Student performance.

School Facility Conditions and Student Academic Achievement is studied by Earthman, G. I. (2002).

  • Acoustic condition, school buildings, standards, noise level, reverberation.

Guidelines on acoustic treatments for school buildings proposed by the Architectural Institute of Japan is studied by Fukuchi, T., Ueno, K. (2004).

  • Background noise, Student scores, Noisy side of a school building.

The effect of a noise abatement program on reading ability is studied by Bronzaft, A.L (1981).

  • Acoustic environment, School, Home, Children perception, Children learning and motivation, Age of students.

Children's perceptions of their acoustic environment at school and at home is studied by Dockrell, J. E., Shield, B. (2004).

  • Sustainability, Neuroscience research, Sustainable school, Acoustic, Noise, Reverberation time, Children brain and mind response, Learning spaces.

Designing the sustainable school is studied by Ford, A. (2007).

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  • Acoustical environment, Unoccupied acoustic condition, Noise level, Reverberation time, Disruption, Student behavior.

A survey of acoustic conditions and noise levels in secondary school classrooms in England is studied by Shield, B., Conetta, R., Dockrell, J., Connolly, D., Cox, T., Mydlarz, C. (2015).

  • 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., Davies, F., Zhang, Y., Barrett, L. (2015).

  • Effects of school facilities (acoustic) on instruction delivery and learning.

Relationship between school facility conditions and the delivery of instruction: Evidence from a national survey of school principals is studied by Duyar, I. (2010).

  • Building performance, Workplace design, Comfort.

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

  • Impact of classroom design space on students learning and performance.

A holistic, multi-level analysis identifying the impact of classroom design on pupils’ learning is studied by Barrett, P., Zhang, Y., Moffat, J., Kobbacy, K. (2013).

  • The relationship between school facility condition and students achievements.

A Synthesis of Studies Pertaining to Building Conditions, Student Achievement, Student Behavior, and Student Attitude is studied by Bailey, J. A. (2009).]

  • School facility Design.

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