On the key factors in higher education classroom design: Physical aspects of the undergraduate teaching and learning experience in Malaysia

Laura De Pretto, Ching Lik Hii, Choon Lai Chiang, Sze Pheng Ong, Darlene Elizabeth Tan, Cheng Heng Pang

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    Abstract

    The design, facilities and conditions inside a classroom play a significant role in the teaching and learning experience for both students and lecturers. Prior studies of primary
    schoolchildren indicate three design principles affecting student learning, namely: naturalness, individualisation and stimulation. The current study extends these investigations to Higher Education through a survey of undergraduate students and university lecturers aimed at determining the most critical factors in undergraduate classroom design.
    Original languageEnglish
    TypePre-print publication
    Media of outputPre-print database
    PublisherPreprints
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Aug 2019

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