Changing How Student’s Learn Through Campus Landscaping

Campus with Nature The way a campus is structured has an impact on how students in the school learn. Back then, campuses were designed to look apart from other environments so students could feel that they are in a “learning environment” but with an area to move freely ( Scholl 53). Now campuses are made to steer students in different learning experience. There a two focuses “help conceptualize future campus planning in relation to student learning” ( Scholl 53). 1) “direct and indirect attention and restoration” 2) “holistic landscape” The addition of natural landscapes and views from the indoors to a natural landscape enables the individual in the campus to be calm, as well refreshed. The use of “nature” can “help to maintain or restore cognitive function such as direct attention, problem solving, focus and concentration, impulse inhibition, and memory” ( Scholl 55). A “holistic landscape” provides students with restoration. Even little things like more space in classroom seats can augment a student’s learning experience. Spatial...
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