EDsession Program & Schedule
Impacts of K-12 Environments on Student Health, Engagement and Learning
Jeff Becker, Office of the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools
Don Ulrich, School Strategies and Solutions
Alison Kwok, University of Oregon
Alan Reising, Long Beach Unified School District, CA
Wednesday, November 3
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
The University of Oregon is conducting a study for the California School Facilities Research Institute (CSFRI), seeks to identify built elements of K-12 schools that influence student health, engagement, and learning. The immediate goal of the University is to gathering existing national/international research identifying environments impacting student wellbeing and learning. The long-term goal is using research to inform local, state and federal education agencies and policy makers of the impact of built environments on students. At this session the University research leader will present findings of the study conducted to date.
Learning Objective 1:
Inform attendees of the existence of the research being conducted by the University of Oregon.
Learning Objective 2:
Identify the goal of the research being done by the University on behalf of the California School Facilities Research Institute.
Learning Objective 3:
Share specific findings of research on impact of school facilities on student health, engagement and learning.
Learning Objective 4:
Seek input, experience and involvement of attendees in planning future research on impact of facilities on student health and learning.
Impacts of K-12 Environments on Student Health, Engagement and Learning.pptx (5.2 MB)
Office of the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools
School Strategies and Solutions
University of Oregon
Long Beach Unified School District, CA