Landscapes of Learning | Annotated Bibliography


Show simple item record Kingery-Page, Katie Addo-Atuah, Kweku Fakhraldeen, Sukaina Hao, Shuang King, Chelsey Knight, Jonathan Melvin, Rebecca Weatherholt, Laura 2012-05-03T18:14:31Z 2012-05-03T18:14:31Z 2012-05-03
dc.description.abstract Seven master's degree candidates in the K-State Department of Landscape Architecture/Regional & Community Planning participated in a collaborative studio process leading to completion of their individual master’s reports. These graduates chose to work under the topic Landscapes of Learning . The interests of the group were broad: biophilia, access to nature for children, childhood development and special needs, ecological interpretation, participatory design, public play spaces, and landform as art. The common conversation centered around big questions: How can all children have access to nature for learning through play? What creates a rich, outdoor environment for all kinds of children and young adults? The students' annotated bibliography begins with a literature map grouping references by sub-topic and showing interrelationship between texts. The diagram is followed by a complete list of references, then the annotated entries, arranged by sub-topic. This bibliography is not intended to be exhaustive; its strength lies in connecting literature on environments for children to related themes in child development, landscape architecture and planning. en_US
dc.publisher Kansas State University. Dept. of Landscape Architecture/Regional & Community en_US
dc.subject Landscape of Learning en_US
dc.subject Schoolyard en_US
dc.subject Natural learning en_US
dc.subject Experiential learning en_US
dc.subject Nature access en_US
dc.subject Children's environments en_US
dc.title Landscapes of Learning | Annotated Bibliography en_US
dc.type Text en_US 2012 en_US
dc.contributor.authoreid kkp en_US

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