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Bridging The Gap Between School and Community: A project based high school for contemporary education

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Title:Bridging The Gap Between School and Community: A project based high school for contemporary education
Authors:Ayala, Daniel
Contributors:Llewellyn, Clark (advisor)
Architecture (department)
Date Issued:May 2010
Abstract:This thesis presents a design exploration into educational facility design, in particular to high schools, and the implications of educational pedagogy on high school design. The thesis poses the question, how can architectural design bridge the gap between schools and community, raising the value of education for students, parents, advisors, and community? A literature review and case study analyses examines both the existing paradigm of traditional school models and the alternative paradigm of the project based model. This thesis focuses on the project based learning model as it relates to design, significantly the three relationships: student to student, student to advisor, and school to community through their influence on design.
Pages/Duration:162 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45769
Appears in Collections: 2010


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