Gender Preferences in Classroom Aesthetics

Authors

  • Sybile Cherenfant Robert Morris University

Keywords:

Classroom Aesthetics, School Facilities

Abstract

Male and female students on the Robert Morris University campus were asked to complete a survey to analyze aesthetics in classrooms. Their answers helped determine what each gender found the most important in his or her learning environment, and whether female students were or were not the most aware of their aesthetic environment.

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Author Biography

Sybile Cherenfant, Robert Morris University

I am a Communication/Journalism student from Robert Morris university. I have a minor in Documentary Studies, and I am specializing in Economics.

Published

2013-05-31

How to Cite

Cherenfant, S. (2013). Gender Preferences in Classroom Aesthetics. Journal of Student Research, 2(1), 1-8. Retrieved from https://www.jofsr.org/index.php/path/article/view/95

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Section

Research Articles