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  • Unsatisfactory acoustic, Excessive reverberation.

Effects of Classroom Acoustics and Self-Reported Noise Exposure on Teachers’ Well-Being is studied by Kristiansen, J., Persson, R., Lund, S. P., Hitomi, S., Nielsen, P. M. (2013).

  • Reverberation, absorption coefficient level.

Collected Paper on Acoustic" Retrieved from New York is studied by Sabine, W. C. (1964).

  • 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, Background noise, Learning, Classroom.

ANSI/ASA S12.60-2010/Part 1 American National Standard/ Acoustical Performance, Criteria, Design requirements, and Guidelines for Schools is studied by American National Standard Institute (ANSI 2010).

  • 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).

  • 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).

  • 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).

  • 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).

  • 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; Bradley, J. S. (2008).

  • Sustainability, Classroom acoustics, Sustainable absorbing materials, Reverberation time in classrooms.

Effects of shared noise control activities in two primary schools is studied by Iannace, G., Ciaburro, G., Maffei, L. (2010).