IGRA USTVARJALNOSTI


Teorija in praksa urejanja prostora | Številka 10 | Leto 2022 | ISSN 2350-3637

Martina Zbašnik-Senegačnik1, Ljudmila Koprivec1:

Pomen pogledov skozi okno učilnice

Creative Commons License DOI 10.15292/IU-CG.2022.10.022-028 | UDK 711.4:727.112 | POSLANO: 9/2022 | PREGLEDANO: 9/2022 | OBJAVLJENO: 10/2022
Organizacija: 1 Univerza v Ljubljani, Fakulteta za arhitekturo, Slovenija



POVZETEK
Številne študije izpostavljajo velik pomen pogledov skozi okno na okolico, saj pomembno vplivajo na dobro počutje, bivalno ugodje in učno uspešnost otrok, kljub temu pa je ta vidik spregledan in običajno ni vključen med kriterije pri umeščanju šolskih objektov v urbani prostor. Namen študije je bil ugotoviti, kako na potenciale pogledov skozi okno učilnice gledajo učenci. Za zbiranje podatkov smo oblikovali anketni vprašalnik. Odgovarjali so učenci tretje triade treh osnovnih šol iz različnih slovenskih regij. Odgovore smo obdelali s statističnim paketom SPSS za Windows in z orodjem MS Excel. Učenci so na anketna vprašanja odgovarjali konsistentno. Učencem je njihova učilnica všeč zaradi velikih oken z veliko svetlobe ter zaradi možnosti pogleda na zelene površine. Večina učencev raje sedi ob oknu, ker radi gledajo v okolico. Sicer bi skozi okno najraje gledali na vodo in zelenje ter naravo, najmanj všeč bi jim bil pogled na sosednje stavbe v bližini, če so brez zelenja, in pogled na prometno ulico. Večinoma radi gledajo skozi okno, tudi če jim je ob oknu zaradi tega malo prevroče ali prehladno, hrup, ki prehaja skozi okno, pa jih izrazito ne moti. Rezultat študije je lahko v pomoč pri umeščanju šolskih objektov v urbano okolje.

KLJUČNE BESEDE
osnovna šola, pogled skozi okno, bivalno ugodje, vizualno ugodje

CELOTEN ČLANEK
https://iu-cg.org/paper/2022/IU-CG.2022.10.022-028.pdf (0.12 MB)

CITAT
Zbašnik-Senegačnik, M., Koprivec, L. (2022). Pomen pogledov skozi okno učilnice. Igra ustvarjalnosti - Creativity Game, (10), 22-28. https://doi.org/10.15292/IU-CG.2022.10.022-028

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