Designing a Responsive School: The Benefits of a Participatory Process

Web Abstract: 
Inadequate school facility planning carries fiscal, human, and academic costs. Building a responsive school requires that future inhabitants participate in the planning process. The accommodation of various building-use patterns, teaching methods, and learning styles reflects how satisfactorily a school building performs for its users. New occupants' responses are important for making future building improvements.
Author: 
Sanoff, Henry
Journal: 
School Administrator
Publication Date: 
05/31/1996
Page Numbers: 
p18-22
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