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The journal of Sustainable Design and Educational Environment Research
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Korean Institute of Educational Environment (KIEE)
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Volume 7, Issue 2 - Dec 2008
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Jun 2008
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Study on the Management Plans of the Open-Style School Library for the Expansion of Public Library Service-Points
Kim, Ji-Bong ; Lee, Jae-Rim ;
The journal of Sustainable Design and Educational Environment Research, volume 7, issue 1, 2008, Pages 1~14
Gyeonggi Province is trying to increase the number of public libraries from 100 as of December，2006 to 150 in 2010. However most of existing public libraries preferred mid-to-large scale libraries, so they were restricted to be located in around a zone of life. For this reason most local residents have been excluded from right to use libraries and have difficulties to get library services for the knowledge and information society of the 21st century. The alternative to the small library is a school library. Both schools and public libraries are located in around a zone of life because residents can get an access to them easily. First, considering that small-scale public libraries of communities usually service about 10,000-20,000 people, I estimate that an open-style school library services 24class, 840people (24class*35people) of elementary school by 2003 Korean Library Standard (edited by Korean Library Association). Second, it requires systematic protection policies so that the open-style school of library can function as a local public library and a part of library cooperation system in accordance with local plans. All the open-style school libraries don't intend to open and we had better consider the suitable service areas. Third, it's desired for the management efficiency that the open-style school libraries being established afterward are divided into a branch-scale, a hall-scale and so on, not being uniform management model. And it also needs that one of them in the area enlarges the scale, and then supports other school libraries. According to these results of the research, as cooperation between the public library policy of a local government and school library policy, it needs a systematic support.
A Study on the Spatial Planning of General Classrooms complies with the contents of the 7th curriculum in High School -Basing on the contents of the level based education-
Yang, Beom-Seuk ; Lee, Jae-Rim ;
The journal of Sustainable Design and Educational Environment Research, volume 7, issue 1, 2008, Pages 15~28
A classroom is very crucial space for teaching and learning in school facility. In planning of these spaces, it is analyzed by investigating the present status and surveying the phenomena that students who are users psychologically feel about a classroom, the degree of a classroom's complying with the administration of the 7th curriculum, the contents of curriculum to sincerely approach the primary purpose of education and the results as below were obtained by integrating established cases of study. 1) The classroom of a course that is for exclusive use for administration of curriculum by the level and a class-based classroom is necessary for the administration of the 7th curriculum in the type of a classroom. 2) The scope of learning group for a class by the level is as below as a result of consideration of psychologically stable range of teachers and students who are faithful to curriculum. 3) The scale of classroom that is efficient in administration of curriculum and is psychologically stable is as below. As the result of this study, the capacity of a classroom in high school from now should be designed below 25 students for teachers to be faithful to the administration of curriculum and the classroom should be recognized as being not only for learning but also the space that students live in and in the space plan of a classroom from now, the psychological and mental satisfaction of teachers and students as well as physical satisfaction such as the scale of facility and the array of desks should be considered and the study in support of this is judged to be continued.
A Study on Planning Ecological School Buildings by Traditional Construction Techniques -Focused of the buildings of traditional education institutions-
Kim, Yeon-Hyouk ;
The journal of Sustainable Design and Educational Environment Research, volume 7, issue 1, 2008, Pages 29~38
The purpose of this study was to discuss how traditional construction practices could be applied to school buildings. The spatial arrangement and constituents of Seoweon and Hyanggyo buildings were analyzed, and the spatial arrangement and ground plans of current schools were analyzed as well. As a result, it's found that how the characteristics of traditional architecture should be reflected in today's school design is one of critical matters that need an immediate attention. Based on the case study, there are some suggestions about the application of traditional construction techniques to school buildings: (1) The link between internal and external spaces should be stressed. The type of spatial configuration the could ensure nature accessibility is required. (2) The use of environment-friendly materials is recommended, and classrooms should be arranged in a way to let them function as multipurpose educational spaces. (3) It's not advisable to construct school buildings according to the sung-Confucianistic construction techniques of traditional educational institutions, but there should evidently be a change in tasteless school buildings, They should be built in small size and in consideration of harmony with nature and ecosystem, and boarding schools should be constructed in a more careful and discreet manner.
Survey of actual status of ecological environment elements of certification schools of environment friendly architecture
Song, Byung-Joon ; Cho, Jin-Il ;
The journal of Sustainable Design and Educational Environment Research, volume 7, issue 1, 2008, Pages 39~55
The purpose of this study is to suggest improvement of certification standards of environment friendly architecture in ecological environment field by surveying and analyzing actual status of actual certification schools of environment friendly architecture per ecological environment elements through extracting ecological environment elements which is possible to analyze in quantity certification standards of environment friendly architecture. As contents of the study, first, certification as an examination on certification system of environment friendly architecture, summary of certification system of environment friendly architecture, ecological environment elements which is possible for quantitative analysis of ecological environment certification standards were extracted. Second, actual status of ecological environment elements per school grade, region, and population increase by collecting actual data of certification schools of environment friendly architecture. Third, using analysis data of ecological environment elements, ecological area ratio of certification schools of environment friendly architecture per weighted values of space types was calculated and the results were analyzed as the follows. (1) In case of preliminary certification out of total objects of investigation schools was average 34.06% but in this case of certification, it was reduced to 33.07%. However, it is difficult to make judgment as actual evidence data since ecological area ratio of actual preliminary certification is data based on drawing planes. Therefore, in case of this certification, elementary schools was investigated at average 33.11%, middle schools 34.81%, and high schools 31.28% and middle school showed the highest relatively. (2) Besides, average composition ratio of ecological area ratio was 63.04% in case of this certification regardless of school grade and region and it was analyzed that about 70% of ecological area ratio is composed of the natural based green area including pure natural based green land and 6.89% of ecological learning institute.