نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
گروه معماری، واحد نطنز، دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی، نطنز، ایران.
عنوان مقاله [English]
Science and technology parks have been created for the technological purposes of sustainable development. Art can also be a tool for achieving sustainable development goals. In order for children to participate in science and technology parks and invest in their creativity, it is conceivable to create a stimulating environment for education, entrepreneurship and the use of the child's talent in the future. What is important in children's and adolescents' science and technology parks is learning the skills needed to be creative and imaginative. Creativity can be considered a mental phenomenon that results from the use of common cognitive processes. The physical environment plays a prominent role in the flourishing of such a trait. The connection between the space created in science, technology and art parks plays an imperative role in nurturing children's creativity. In the present study, an analytical-qualitative method based on theoretical foundations, documentary and library studies have been used along with semi-structured interviews. The effective components in promoting children's creativity are examined in two categories of environmental and individual factors; hence, grounded on the research findings, the impact of environmental factors and its use as the most important factor in child rearing is highlighted. The spaces created not only with the physical aspects of their psychological organization, but also through the connection of this body with art, affect the flourishing and nurturing of children's creativity.
1. Explaining the pattern of design based on diversity in children's educational spaces.
2. Achieving the scientific components of promoting children's creativity in urban spaces.
1. What effect does the creation of children's technology parks have on the type and quality of their creativity?
2. What effect does the use of environmental components in the design of science and technology parks have on children's creativity?