Smart Green Schools The Unofficial Overview
AuthorNewton, C; Hes, D; Dovey, K; Fisher, K; Wilks, S; Cleveland, B; Woodman, K
PublisherFaculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne Author/sDovey, Kimberly; Cleveland, Benjamin; Hes, Dominique; Newton, Clare; Fisher, Kenneth; WOODMAN, KENNETH; Wilks, Sue
AffiliationArchitecture, Building and Planning
Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Melbourne School of Graduate Research
CitationsNewton, C; Hes, D; Dovey, K; Fisher, K; Wilks, S; Cleveland, B; Woodman, K, Smart Green Schools The Unofficial Overview, 2010, 1
Access StatusOpen Access
ARC Grant codeARC/LP0776850
The Smart Green Schools project, an Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant (2007-2010), investigated the influence of innovative and sustainable school building designs on middle school education in Victoria focussing on understanding the links between design, sustainability, pedagogy and Information Communication Technology (ICT) within 21st century learning spaces. The projects’ aims were both practical and theoretical. Practically, there was an urgent need for current and local data on school design to ensure effective spending of government funds on facilities that support learning. Theoretically, the research project aimed to advance thinking about how schools, as complex systems, engaged with contemporary design, curriculum, technological, and environmental issues.
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