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The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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Volume & Issues
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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A Study on the Space Planning for Science High Schools
Jo, Han-Hee ; Lee, Hwa-Ryong ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 3~14
This research aims at proposing the space planning and architectural guideline required in designing the Science High School. It investigates specific features of the science high school which are distinguished from the general high school and analyses the compositional figure of teachers and students, the teaching methods and its educational curriculum, especially the revised educational curriculum in 2009. Meanwhile, it explores the administrative systems and facilities of the existing science high schools through both the document survey and on-the-spot interview. Such endeavor results in proposing the space classification, the space composition methods and a classroom managing system, which would be suited to the science high school. Finally it presents the architectural guidelines for planning the special subject learning area that is composed of a special subject classroom, a specified lab, medial space, a project and research room and teacher's room. The result of this study could be the fundamental resources for programming the special purposed high school as well as the science high school building.
An Analysis of the Classroom Environment Perceived by College Students
Choi, Ko-Un ; Shin, Won-Sug ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 15~23
There are growing concerns about designing classroom or school environments influencing teaching and learning activities. However, there are little research on how students perceive the physical characteristic of the classroom and whether physical factors of classroom affects students' learning. The purpose of this study aims to reveal the different perception of college students on their classroom environments depending on where they take class, traditional classroom or newly constructed classroom. Also, the study demonstrates how the difference of classroom environment affects students' learning outcome. The results of this study suggests that classroom should be designed considering the perceptions of the students and their teaching and learning activities.
Performance Evaluation of the Wall-Type BIPV System Based on the Energy Consumption Unit - A Study for University Lecture Building -
Lee, Kang-Guk ; Seo, Won-Duck ; Hong, Won-Hwa ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 25~32
The building integrated photovoltaic(BIPV) system has a double advantage that it reduces costs for exterior materials and PV panels. It allows the construction of a low-energy building without the need for the additional installation space. At the construction planning stage, however, it requires sufficient evaluation on the efficiency and performance. This study was performed to promote the distribution of photovoltaic power generation system by estimating the potential photovoltaic power generation capacity of the BIPV system installed on the university lecture building and by evaluating the characteristics and performances of window, spandrel and combined attachment types via the simulation of generation capacity per unit area.
Composition Principle of Seo-Won Architecture from the View of Its Disposition and Korean Traditional Thought
Park, Jeomg-Hae ; Han, Dong-Soo ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 33~43
The Korean academics of classical learning, Seowon which from the middle of Joseon Dynasty was complexly reflected in "the illustration of Taiji(太極圖說)" Five-Elements school(陰陽五行說), "Zhou Yi(周易)" and a theory on spherical heaven and square ground(天圓地方) which based on orientalism. Also the theory of Xiangshu Xue(象數學) was a significant factor to decide the size(number of facade module) of Seowon architecture. So, in this study, how the oriental thought was adopted and reflected in existing 21 Seowon in South Korea. The size of Seowon architecture was adopted a theory of combination with heaven, earth and human(天地人三合論) that based on the theory of Xiangshu Xue on "the illustration of Taiji" and "Zhou Yi". "Zhou Yi" was the central thought of Confucian culture in Joseon Dynasty, with which Seowon space was divided into two, ancestral rites space and lecture space. It coincides with balance of yin(陰) and yang(陽), Five-Elements(五行) and four seasons(四季節). In lecture space, lecture hall is relevant with the water(水) and winter, and front tower structure or outer three-door is the fire(火) and summer. Also, central garden means the soil(土) and center. Thus, the size and spatial composition was planned with the philosophy, "the illustration of Taiji", Five-Elements school and a theory on spherical heaven and square ground. Yin and yang has an idea of the heaven and earth, and Five-Elements has an idea of direction and season with which spatial composition of Seowon could be set. And the numeral meaning on the theory of Xiangshu Xue established an ideal background for spatial composition of Seowon architecture.
A Study on the Multiple Effects of School Renovation on Students, Teachers, Schools and Local Community
Shin, Na-Min ; Park, Jong-Hyang ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 45~56
This study explored what impacts can be brought to students, teachers, schools, and community by the improvement of physical environment of school spaces. For the purpose, we studied 5 schools (2 elementary and 3 middle schools) who took part in the Happy School Project funded by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism in 2008. Ten series of Focus Group Interviews were carried out with a sample of 28 students and 20 teachers who experienced both before and after the school renovation project. The analysis of the interview data revealed that although the project was concerned with a part of school space such as restroom or reading room, it could bring multiple effects such as following: First, the students addressed that they felt "good" about school environment, which led them to feel good about their "schools." This change was found out to bring about more positive attitudes towards a school in general, public manners, peer relationships, emotional well-being, and learning. Second, the teachers became to value more their principals' leadership, being more satisfied with their work environment and more concerned about management of school facilities, and happier with students in terms of teaching and guidance than before. Third, all the 5 schools seem to go through a noticeable change in terms of a school climate and ethos in a more positive and harmonious way. Finally, 'spread', 'promotion', and 'openness' effects were discussed with regard to the relationships between the schools and local community.
A Study on the Cognitive Development in Early Childhood Education Facilities in Accordance with Research on the Spatial Characteristics - Focusing on the Early Childhood Education Facilities in Europe as a Case Study -
Moon, Suk-Young ; Kim, Jin-Mo ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 57~64
This study is the spatial characteristics of child education facilities through the cognitive development of child. Early childhood is the most important period in every human developmental stage; physical, emotional, and mental parts. Thus, the education in early childhood should be conducted naturally by a variety of experiences, sensibility, and physical activities, not by knowledge-oriented education which has been conducted until today. The education based on experience has been adapted, not only domestically, but internationally, and the early childhood education focused on child's development is especially emphasized in Europe. It's because the industrialization started earlier in Europe than in other countries, and it leaded to the entry of women in public affair. Consequently, early childhood education was taken charge of by the nation. While it has gone through trial and error, and Now it leaded to the better way. This study checks the common factors which shows the spatial characteristics based on experience and the relationship between the features of infants and concept of space in Piaget's theory. And then, I am going to systemize the relationship of each factor and suggest the design plan so that it could be applied methodologically when the space is designed for child education facilities beyond the current education only focused on programs.
A Study on Architectural Plan of School Library that is Opened to Local Community
Lee, Seok-Min ; Whang, Hee-Joon ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 18, issue 6, 2011, Pages 65~73
The Educational facilities is accomplishing the role as the community facilities through various programs that the culture leisure long-life education facilities etc. But The local residents do not use that facilities which is opened in the community actually well. Because it does not consider the various things that convenient for resident users who is not student. With sameness, School library which is opened to local community can not expect as a Public library with modem library services. The purpose of this study is propose the direction of architectural plan that must be considered for the sufficient role the School library which is opened to local community as the Public library.