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Evaluating Quality in Educational Spaces: OECD/CELE Pilot Project


  • Hannah von Ahlefeld



CELE’s International Pilot Project on Evaluating Quality in Educational Spaces aims to assist education authorities, schools and others to maximise the use of and investment in learning environments. This article provides an update on the pilot project, which is currently being implemented in Brazil, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal and the United Kingdom. Évaluer la qualité des espaces éducatifs : Étude pilote du CELE/OCDE L’Étude pilote internationale du CELE pour l’évaluation de la qualité des espaces éducatifs a pour objectif d’aider les autorités éducatives, les écoles et d’autres à optimiser les investissements et leur utilisation dans les environnements pédagogiques. Cet article donne un aperçu de l’avancement de l’étude pilote, qui est actuellement mise en œuvre au Brésil, au Mexique, en Nouvelle-Zélande, au Portugal et au Royaume-Uni.

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  • Hannah von Ahlefeld, 2009. "Evaluating Quality in Educational Spaces: OECD/CELE Pilot Project," CELE Exchange, Centre for Effective Learning Environments 2009/9, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaac:2009/9-en

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    educational architecture; educational buildings; evaluation; learning environment; quality;

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