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School environment is described from the point of view of Affordances theory (Gibson). Classification of environment levels is presented in the article. The foreign researches of school building, school yard, and ways to school are analyzed. Interrelations between parameters of physical school environment, teachers’ and pupils’ health and well-being are discussed.
Keywords: school environment, affordances, security, school violence, health
Column: Theoretical research
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