Supporting Literature (Student Performance)

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  • Student behavior, Attitudes, Achievement.

The Physical Environment of the School: A Review of the Research is studied by Weinstein, C.S. (1979).

Can Research Findings Help School Systems Obtain the Most Bang from the Construction Bucks? is studied by Earthman G.I., and Lemster, L.K. (1997)

Do School Facilities Affect Academic Outcomes? is studied by Schneider, M. (2002)

Prioritization of 31 Criteria for School Building Adequacy is studied by Earthman, G.I (2004)

Relations Among Preschool Teachers' Self-Efficacy, Classroom Quality, and Children's Language and Literacy Gains is studied by Guo, Y. et al. (2010).

A Holistic, Multi-level Analysis Identifying the Impact of Classroom Design on Pupils’ Learning is studied by Barret, P. et al. (2013)

Small Class Size and Its Effect is studied by Biddle, B.J., and Berliner, D.C. (2015)

Code Compliant School Buildings Boost Student Achievement is studied by Lumpkin, R.B. (2014)

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

Explaining Relationships Among Student Outcomes and the School's Physical Environment is studied by Tanner, C.K. (2008)

Effects of School Design on Student Outcomes is studied by Tanner, C.K., (2009)

  • Classroom design, Student academic performance.

The impact of classroom design on students academic performance is studied by Cheryan, S., Ziegler, S.A; Plaut, V.C., Meltzoff, A. N. (2014).

  • School infrastructures (e.g. flexible space and overall building condition), Student behavior and performance.

Building Better Outcomes: The Impact of School Infrastructure on Student Outcomes and Behavior is studied by Fisher, K. (2001).

  • The condition of school buildings, Student performance.

Review of Research on the Relationship between School Buildings, Student Achievement, and Student Behavior is studied by Earthman, G. I., Lemaster, L. (1996).

  • Built learning environment, Spatial density, Student outcomes.

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

  • Interior design, Students' self definition and identity.

My School and Me”—Exploring the Intersections of Insideness and Interior Environments is studied by Strickland, A. (2013).