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Evaluating educational environments / Rudolf H. Moos.

1st ed.. San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1979.
ISBN 0875894011, 9780875894010

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Subjects Bildungseinrichtung.
College environment.
College students -- Social conditions.
Étudiants -- Conditions sociales.
Milieu universitaire.
Universités -- Administration.
Universities and colleges -- Administration.
Series Jossey-Bass higher education and social and behavioral sciences series.
Description xvi, 334 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-324) and index.
Contents Framework for evaluating environments -- Social environments of student living groups -- Differences in living units and student expectations -- Architectural, organizational, and contextual influences on living groups -- Effects of living groups on student attitudes and behavior -- Analyzing college student drinking patterns -- Social environments of secondary school classes -- Architectural, organizational, and contextual influences on classroom learning environments -- Effects of classroom settings on student attitudes and learning -- Learning environments in developing countries -- Practical applications for changing educational settings -- Conclusions, educational implications, and evaluation issues.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4970922
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WorldCat Identities Moos, Rudolf H., 1934-
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