No Child Left Inside: Environmental Education Through a Reciprocal Relationship Between Architecture and the Natural World
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Architecture | Environmental Design
"Through a reciprocal relationship between architecture and the natural world, this thesis contends that environmental education programs can teach children to appreciate and preserve our natural environment. Architecture becomes an instructional tool itself and a way of experiencing the natural world while sustaining it and providing a healthy and comfortable setting in which to learn and have fun."
Kleinman, Leah, "No Child Left Inside: Environmental Education Through a Reciprocal Relationship Between Architecture and the Natural World" (2009). Architecture Senior Theses. 85.
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Advisors: Timothy Stenson / Daniel de Riva