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The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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Volume 23, Issue 2 - Mar 2016
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Jan 2016
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A Historical Study on the Classroom Space in Elementary School
Rieu, Ho-Seoup ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 23, issue 1, 2016, Pages 3~12
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2016.23.1.003
This thesis examines the shape, organization, background, and significance of the classroom space in highly appraised elementary schools since the inauguration of public education in modern times in the fields of education or architecture. This thesis acknowledges that classroom shapes comprise an auditorium-like space for a large-scale study group, a square-shaped classroom designed for simultaneous teaching for single class, and bent and L-shaped classrooms for various learning activities. Whereas the square-shaped classroom for simultaneous teaching which has lasted until now evolved around 1870, the post-1930s era witnessed the emergence of a composition in which classroom and outside space are associated, of an atypical classroom, and of Functional Unit where common space and classrooms are assembled. It is deemed that the emergence of the atypical classroom comes from the reinterpretation of learning and space pursuant to progressive pedagogical philosophy and child development theories and functional architecture theories. Thus, this thesis verifies that school construction and learning space can be newly created and the synthesis between education, child development studies, and architecture is a prerequisite to such a creation.
A Study on the International Accreditation Standard and Unit Spatial Organization of Public School in Korea
Lee, Eul-Gyu ; Jeon, You-Chang ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 23, issue 1, 2016, Pages 13~22
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2016.23.1.013
Recently, Korea has been established and operated International Schools manifesting to improve the nation's capacity of the foreign languages skill and to cultivate internationally trained professional manpower. In order to achieve the vision of a world-class educational organization, it has to be designed for the facility standards to meet the international accreditation standards. Therefore, the main purpose of this study is to research about basic resources through comparison of facility conditions between public schools in Korea and international accredited schools. By comparing those two different plan drawings are found the following things. First, Schools which established with International Accreditation Standard are prepared detailed criteria for the facility, Furthermore information about the furnishings included, in addition to specific equipments for classes are stated to be prepared. Secondly, it is more effective when special classrooms such as music and science are equipped with various spatial elements, enough educational equipment storage, teacher's study rooms, practical training rooms and student's activity rooms to support various teaching programs and learning efficiently. Lastly, there was a clear tendency that not only hardware but also software standards for the audiovisual room and library have been more enhanced to enable multidisciplinary educational approaches with the recent education training trend.
A Study on Development of Checklist for Evaluation of School Crime Risks - Focusing on Analysis of CPTED Evaluation Index for School Facilities at Domestic and Foreign -
Hwang, Sung-Eun ; Kim, Jin Wook ; Yoo, Yong-Heum ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 23, issue 1, 2016, Pages 23~32
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2016.23.1.023
This research aims to securement of crime prevention for school violence and invasion from outside etc. For crime prevention efficiency secure, It has purpose for school current state comprehension and prevention essential elements deduction autonomously etc. Furthermore, school facility crime dangerousness evaluation checklist is looked for autonomous monitoring tools. This checklist made from analysis of frequency, importance and check availability of 6 native and foreign existing CPTED evaluation's 360 indexes. Then, 81 indexes was derived from analysis, and that indexs verified through focus group interview. Finally, total 47 articles checklist emerged with general details, external school, internal school, and school administrative managements. Through this checklist, school can select essential elements of the preferential crime prevention autonomously, and so it is expected to prompt improvement of crime dangerousness elements, school violence and reduction of crime rate.
A Study on Improving Facility Standards for School Safety Accident Prevention - Focus on Schools in Gyeonggi-do -
Yang, Hyeong-Mo ; Lee, Jae-Rim ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 23, issue 1, 2016, Pages 33~42
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2016.23.1.033
The majority of school accidents occur due to negligence caused by the student. And there are many accidents caused by inadequate facilities and poor. In order to improve the facilities, a lot of improvement in student life facilities will be preceded conscious about the sense of safety, than the budget. If schools member have a risk recognition through safety training and ongoing attention of all experience-oriented, the occurrence of accidents is significantly reduced. it is needed continuous attentions and careful efforts to improve school facilities. The results were as follows. First, check for accident prevention and the improvement of the school facilities should be made immediately. Second, we need to redefine the standards facilities for school safety accident prevention. Third, the management program is needed to prevented school accident. Fourth, the Hazard identification and risk assessment training is needed.
An Analysis about the Elementary School Teachers' Perception of Classroom Space Utilization
Suk, Min-Chul ; Rieu, Ho-Seoup ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 23, issue 1, 2016, Pages 43~54
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2016.23.1.043
The purpose of this study was to survey teachers' perception of classroom space utilization through analyzing the physical environment of elementary school classrooms (56 classrooms in 10 schools). Most of the teachers arranged desks in the two person parallel type (sectional layout : standard type) for their classes. Although the number was small, some classrooms used the T type, H type, U type, group type, and the teachers of such cases used these layouts for children's play activities or group learning. Some teachers changed the desk layout depending on the contents of learning or for different atmosphere of class, but about 40% of the teachers used the same classroom layout without any change during a semester. When the teachers' perception of classroom space utilization was examined according to the type and change of desk layout, the quantity and characteristics of posts, the position of posting spaces, and the size of activity spaces in the classroom, most of the teachers tended to be conventional without any characteristic, and only 16% of them were relatively active in utilizing classroom spaces. In addition, teachers of a relatively small class were more active in utilizing classroom spaces. In particular, perception was very low to utilize the classroom as a space for children's life or play activities or various types of learning. These findings suggest that it is necessary to improve teachers' perception of classroom space utilization in the future.