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Modern School Design Architecture in Mexico

August 12, 2009 by newhouseofart

Facing the possibility of knowledge, there are different attitudes, one is constructivism, philosophical doctrine that affirms that teaching the knowledge of all things is a mental process of the individual, which develops internally as the individual obtains information and interacts with environment, promoting the free exploration of a student within a given framework or structure. Learning is not achieved but is interaction consists of interactions among people between instructors, students and activities that provide opportunities for students to construct and improve their knowledge.

modern school design

modern school design

Constructivism itself has many variations, one of them is construction of “conocmiento”, collaboration between individuals to solve a problem is known as a social process of knowledge construction building communities of knowledge and is based on constructivism social, which is understood as the extension of the traditional individual orientation towards learning the social and collaborative learning. Thus, social constructivism argues that the most optimal learning environment is one where there is a dynamic interaction. Learning is not achieved but is interaction consists of interactions among people between instructors, students and activities that provide opportunities for students to modern construction knowledge.

modren school design front view

modren school design front view

Implementation of standards and guidelines for the development of higher secondary schools in Mexico, supported by the study of the experience developed by the Administrative Committee of the Federal School Construction CAPFCE that serves as the performer of the proposals approved by SEP.

modern school design

modern school design

modern schhol design

modern schhol design

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