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MoMe@school – A pilot study on a analytical and participatory tool for active learning spaces design

Halblaub Miranda, Marianne and Ustinova, Maria and Tregel, Thomas and Knöll, Martin (2017):
MoMe@school – A pilot study on a analytical and participatory tool for active learning spaces design.
In: Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health, Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health, 3, ISSN ISSN 2398-4082 (online), [Online-Edition: http://www.urbandesignmentalhealth.com/journal-3---mome.html],
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Abstract

This article points to the importance of participatory approaches in designing physical and mental health into learning environments. Urban designers should aim to interconnect micro and macro scales of health-oriented planning, consider the importance of small restorative niches for young students, and explore new digital tools to co create learning environments. The researchers suggest that the MoMe@school instrument could be used in child-led assessments in all areas where children are active users of the space: both indoors and outdoors, including public spaces in residential housing, playgrounds, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, probably shopping and entertainment areas, parks, and even perhaps for transport infrastructure.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2017
Creators: Halblaub Miranda, Marianne and Ustinova, Maria and Tregel, Thomas and Knöll, Martin
Title: MoMe@school – A pilot study on a analytical and participatory tool for active learning spaces design
Language: English
Abstract:

This article points to the importance of participatory approaches in designing physical and mental health into learning environments. Urban designers should aim to interconnect micro and macro scales of health-oriented planning, consider the importance of small restorative niches for young students, and explore new digital tools to co create learning environments. The researchers suggest that the MoMe@school instrument could be used in child-led assessments in all areas where children are active users of the space: both indoors and outdoors, including public spaces in residential housing, playgrounds, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, probably shopping and entertainment areas, parks, and even perhaps for transport infrastructure.

Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health
Volume: 3
Publisher: Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health
Uncontrolled Keywords: Urban Design, mental health, active schools, participatory design
Divisions: 15 Department of Architecture > Fachgruppe E: Stadtplanung > Urban Health Games
15 Department of Architecture > Fachgruppe E: Stadtplanung
15 Department of Architecture
Date Deposited: 14 Nov 2017 07:45
Official URL: http://www.urbandesignmentalhealth.com/journal-3---mome.html
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