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 Title & Authors
Educational Environment and Infrastructure for Self-Motivated Learning
Kimm, Woo Young; Seo, Boong Kyo;
 
 Abstract
Hypothetically this research based on 'Private High-school for Self-Motivated Learning(PHS)' covers social issues of urban regeneration as well as community upgrade to analyze how to achieve a life-long education society in terms of active learning environment. The case study figures outthe geographical distribution of the PHSs whether the layout is user oriented within the boundary of each districts as well as it is convenient enough to access in terms of distance and commute. The case study of PHSs of 25 counties in Seoul intends to develop a prototype of idealistic education environment and infrastructure with the 'openness' and 'flexibility'. Verifying the educational divide deepen in the existing PHS districts of Seoul, this case study is to manipulate statistical data of 2012 student census, 2012 school facility area of 3 categories of classroom & laboratory, administration & supports, and athletic & meetings. Additionally it reviewed the 2013 mean price of apartment of 25 counties and then concluded that the maximum distance between the PHS and the general high school is relatively indirectly proportioned to the mean price. According to the graphs addressing the correlation between commute distances and levels of apartment price, it seems clear that the low mean price of the Northern PHS district comparing with the Southern one have significant negative effects of commute distances and self-motivated learning spaces. Upgrading the educational environment of the PHS, first of all, it is necessary not only differentiating its educational environment from the other high schools to support customized programs, but also reinforcing the layout balance alleviating the educational divide.
 Keywords
Life-Long-Education;Active Learning;Self-Motivated Private High-School;Educational Facility;
 Language
Korean
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