A Study on Classroom Spatial Performance: Its Impacts on Students’ Satisfaction and Study Achievement

Sri Astuti Indriyati

Abstract


The objective of this paper was to find out whether classroom spatial performance impact the satisfactorily of the students and their study achievement, using the case study of higher-degree students in department of architecture in one of Private University, located in inner-city of Jakarta (Indonesia). This study employed assesments on both physical and psychological conditions of classrooms and further have seen how these two classified conditions impact on satisfaction of students in using it. It was also to see how those conditions impact on students’ academic achievement other than satisfaction level. Using the Post Occupancy Evaluation, the research employed a process of interviews with the students as a classrooms’ users and observation to the spatial conditions as well. The study found out that each and both Physical and Psychological Conditions of classrooms simultanuosly have an influenced to students’ satisfaction as well as to their academic achievements.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n4s3p642


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