Supporting Literature (NA.WH)

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  • Traffic noise in schools and mental concentration.

Green School Characteristics, Sustainability, and Student Learning is studied by Tanner, C. K. (2015).

  • 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. (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).

  • Impact of outdoor noise on the indoor acoustic environment.

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

  • 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).

  • Reverberation level, Absorption coefficient, Material, Classroom acoustic.

Classroom Acoustics for Children With Normal Hearing and With Hearing Impairment is studied by Crandell, C., Smaldino, J. (2000).

  • Reverberation time, Background noise level, Equivalent continuous sound level, Probability sound level, Speech intelligibility, Rapid Speech Transmission Index, Classrooms.

Acoustic Conditions for Speech Communication in Classrooms is studied by Pekkarinen, E., Vilijancn, V. (1991).]

  • Excessive noise levels, Student activities, Reverberation time, Optimum condition, Speech communication.

Evaluation of acoustical conditions for speech communication in working elementary school classrooms is studied by Sato, H., Bradely, J. S. (2008).