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The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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Volume 18, Issue 6 - Nov 2011
Volume 18, Issue 5 - Sep 2011
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Jul 2011
Volume 18, Issue 3 - May 2011
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Mar 2011
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Jan 2011
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The Effect of Road Distribution Around the School Buildings on the Status of Study on the Effect of Noise
Kim, Tae-Woo ; Lee, Kang-Guk ; Hong, Won-Hwa ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 3~12
This study investigates interior and exterior environments and arrangement forms of school buildings from elementary to high school which were recently built in Daegu since the 7th Educational Curriculum. In addition, this study analyses how outside noise affects inside environment of schools. This study found that the noise level criteria of school facilities(such as exterior learning sites and outer walls of school buildings) adjacent to street of one side satisfiedly corresponded to the level and criteria, 65dB(A), of school health law. However, the noise level and vibration criteria of school facilities adjacent to street of two sides did not satisfiedly corresponded to the level or criteria, 65dB(A). In case of classrooms, the inner noise of educational facilities with windows closed and also close to both the street of one side and of two sides satisfiedly corresponded to the level or criteria. 55dB(A), of school health law. In spring and tall, the windows are more open them usual for ventilation, and leaving windows open can lead to noise from outside. Thus, it is urgent to prepare for this situation.
A Study on the Disposition Characteristics of Educational Facilities due to the Expansion of Jinhae - Focused on the Space Syntax Analysis of the Street Composition -
Yang, Seung-Jung ; Lee, Hyun-Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 13~24
The purpose of this research is to investigate the characteristics of layout of Jinhae's educational facilities from the perspective of space syntactic changes since the era of Japanese Imperialism. The observations that we made in this research are summarized as the following three points. First, most of the educational facilities are located near the integrated space. Axes of roads near educational facilities display similar spatial patterns as those of entire Jinhae. Second, the level of local integration has been rising near the site of elementary schools for the past decades, and the level of local integration near middle and high schools recently began to rise around the new town. Third, the level of integration is strongly related with the levels of local integration, and the locations of educational facilities are also related with the level of local integration. It implies that the locations of educational facilities are determined not by Jinhae's overall street composition but by nearby road composition.
An Analysis about Factors on the Facilities Relocation Based on Variation Type in Middle and High Schools
Jeong, Joo-Seong ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 25~32
This study was carried out to obtain basic data for architectural plans about factors on the facilities relocation needed in management of variation type. For this, floor plans of thirteen middle schools located in Korea and Japan were compared. The results showed a successful conversion to block system according to each subject after remodeling in the schools of our country, however, a monotonous spacial composition excluded other spaces such as media space, teachers' station and preparation room was also shown. These mentioned spaces were important factors in the investigated schools of Japan. By the results of the spacial composition about each space required to the management of variation type, a space share of supplemental areas for learning activities and movement, had shown comparatively low share before remodeling, was improved to 6% and 11.6%, respectively. However, the spacial share of two areas were 16.8% and 12.9%, respectively, in the schools of Japan and it meant the distribution of area was more even than the cases of our country.
A Study on the Characteristics of Architectural Style of Dogsedang in early period of Chosun Dynasty
Han, Jae-Su ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 33~43
The purpose of this study is to clearify the architectural pattern of the Dogsedang(讀書堂) and it's characteristics of the Place which based on the historical background of the Saga-reagingsystem(陽假讀書制度) in the early Chosun Dynasty. The Saga-reaging(賜暇讀書) was given vacation to read books for young scholars who serve in a Royal institution chartered an academic society that we call the Giphyunjeun(集賢默). Due to the consciousness of preference about the old Documment on the history of Chosun Dynasty such as, whangchoshillok(朝蘇王朝實錄) and giligie(地理誌) and so on, I could find a clue that would lead to the solution of the problem. So to speak the division into periods about historical background of the Saga-reagingsystem(賜暇讀書制度) is analysed by questionnaire of scholars who is in. By the analysis, there were two types of the Saga-reagingsystem(賜暇讀書制度) and three places in the Dogsedang(讀書堂). Vacation to read books at the single schalor's home is we called jaegadogse(在家讀書), reading area at the temple in the deep mountain district is the Sansadogse(山寺讀書). The first place reading area at the temple in the deep mountain district was the temple of Jinkwan(律寬寺), the second place was the temple of Jangyue(藏義寺) the third was the temple of youngsan(龍山寺) so called the Namhodang(南湖堂). There is a certain difference of viewpoint with each site. These results show that the site of the Dogsedang(讀書堂) has deep consideration in relation with picturesque scenery.
An Study on the Application of CPTED for Safer Schools
Kang, Seok-Jin ; Park, Mi-Rang ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 45~56
The purpose of this study is to suggest the application method of CPTED for safer schools. For the evaluation of the school safety, we invented the school survey checklist based on the principles of CPTED such as natural surveillance, access control, maintenance, and activity support. The checklist is consisted of three parts of schools including boundary, outside of the building, and inside of the building. For the field survey of schools, the 30 schools(elementary, middle, and high school) were selected in Seoul and Kyong-gi area as the crime rate. The result of this study shows the safety score for the most of schools were not satisfied. In addition, we realized the diverse strategies to enhance the school safety should be applied to schools in terms of CPTED. The detailed findings and policy implications will be discussed in the context.
Facilities Standards by Local Education Offices and Characteristics of Spatial Composition Applied by Changes in the Construction Documents Phase - Focused on Schools in Gyeonggi, Deajeon and Chungcheong Districts -
Park, Im-Ho ; Jung, Jin-Ju ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 57~67
In this study, it did comparative analysis on the arrangement, construction and size of rooms applied in the early design stage at the time of prize-winning with the changed ground plans in the final design of those prize-winning works in design contests and BTL hold since 2007 for middle and high schools in Gyeonggi, Daejeon, Chungcheong regions. Through the analysis, this study intends to present those matters to be changed in the facilities standards of each local education office so that it can be referred to the assessment of spatial construction and proper size being planned in the future for middle and high schools and reflected flexibly in consideration of various educational conditions and characteristics of schools by regions. Furthermore, it has the objective to play a part for the establishment of much better environment of educational facilities by provision of reference materials to those matters being changed into proper ones not into the minimum ones of the school facilities standards as the national level. For case analysis, it analyzed various rooms classified by necessary spaces. Since names of rooms and spatial constructions to constitute facilities are different from each local education office and also the analysis by each room has some limitation in the changes and improvement of rooms for a wide range, it proceeded with detailed classifications of school building facilities by each necessary space.
The School Design Factors as Emergency Shelter after Disaster - Focus on the Function for Evacuation Center and Education Maintenance
Kim, Kyung-Sook ; Kim, Min-Gyeong ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 4, 2011, Pages 69~77
The purpose of this study is to provide the school planning factors as emergency shelter after disaster. The school functions as the evacuation space areas could be classified into the evacuation center, education maintenance, and dwelling. Among these functions, the scopes of our study are limited to the functions of evacuation center and education maintenance. To carry out this purpose, we were comparative analyzed the shelter space problems of Korea and Japan's survey in the existing literatures. In results of our study, the evacuation center's functions are difficult to depending on the disaster types, such as the earthquake, tornado, and hurricane. On the other hand, the education maintenance functions are difficult to deepening on the victims occupied times in the school as emergency shelters. Based on these findings, the Korea school planning as the emergency shelters are desired to reflect that the evacuation's functions based on the disaster type of the damage from storms, and the education maintenance's functions based on the victim's occupied times in school for their safety.