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  • Weatherholt, Laura (Kansas State University, 2012-04-30)
    Man has been learning in the outdoors since the beginning of humankind. Modern times have reduced the amount of time people spend learning and exploring outside. This causes humans to be disconnected from the natural ...
  • Knight, Jonathan E. (Kansas State University, 2012-04-26)
    Experiences in natural environments are perceived as a human necessity. Additionally, prior studies show that nature access has emotional, cognitive, and psychological benefits for children. Nature is defined as a space ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie; Addo-Atuah, Kweku; Fakhraldeen, Sukaina; Hao, Shuang; King, Chelsey; Knight, Jonathan; Melvin, Rebecca; Weatherholt, Laura (Kansas State University. Dept. of Landscape Architecture/Regional & Community, 2012-05-03)
    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. ...
  • Addo-Atuah, Kweku (Kansas State University, 2012-04-27)
    There is currently a dearth of planning literature concerning participatory processes relative to children, particularly in the planning and design of schoolyard or playground spaces. Through a local, place-based, participatory ...
  • Hao, Shuang (Kansas State University, 2012-04-25)
    Neighborhood parks can provide a place for children and teens to satisfy their curiosity and learn about nature. Without an open-space policy or regulation from the city, no park was proposed during the development of the ...
  • Fakhraldeen, Sukaina (Kansas State University, 2012-04-25)
    In the temperate Midwest, interiorscapes are seldom a feature of public schools. The interior spaces of school environments tend to be dull, uninspiring, and do very little to nurture the wellbeing and needs of students. ...
  • Melvin, Rebecca (Kansas State University, 2012-04-30)
    Encouraging creativity is an important part of a child’s education and often not adequately supported by outdoor school environments. Contemporary playgrounds are designed in response to perceptions of liability and a ...
  • King, Chelsey (Kansas State University, 2012-04-25)
    It is estimated by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention that approximately 1 in every 88 children are diagnosed with some level of autism or various degrees of Pervasive Developmental Disorders (2012). Pervasive ...

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