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Gewählte Master / Diploma Thesis:

Theresia Höll (2012): Zeit und Raum - Kindertraum Landschaftsplanerischer Beitrag zur Bedeutung von Freiräumen an fünf Wiener Ganztags-Volksschulen.
Master / Diploma Thesis - Institut für Landschaftsplanung (ILAP), BOKU-Universität für Bodenkultur, pp 184. UB BOKU obvsg

Data Source: ZID Abstracts
Abstract:
This master thesis investigates school grounds and the structural-spatial organization at five full-day primary schools in Vienna. The aim is to emphasize the importance of the spatial dimension for the full-day of work with pupils between six and ten years of age and the entire time-based school routine. The following theses are essential parts of this paper and guide the analysis: • The five full-day schools investigated display partly different building and open space structures. These structures offer different options for use and different qualities for everyone involved in the school. • In addition to educational and methodological aspects, the quality of day school services depends on spatial conditions at the school. The availability of high-quality school grounds facilitates school care and underpins everyday school life for all involved. • Five Quality areas – published in a criteria catalogue from the Bundesministeriums für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur (bm:ukk) – and the recommendations for “successful day school services” hardly make reference to quality school grounds at full-day schools. The results of this master thesis are an exact description and interpretation of the five investigated examples and a taxonomy of building and open space structures of full-day schools. Furthermore, this paper allows the drafting of quality criteria concerning school grounds and the structural-spatial organization at full-day schools, which should serve as an addition to the criteria catalogue from the Bundesministeriums für Unterricht, Kunst und Kultur (bm:ukk) and forms the final outcome of this thesis.

Beurteilende(r): Schneider Gerda

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