عنوان مقاله [English]
The written while express the concept of connectedness for primary school''''s students, tries to define and analyse school environment affordances to increase connectedness. The research method is qualitative based on library studies and case studies. The case studies have been chosen from two categories: initial ones and cases from abroad of Iran so that a comparative comparison would be done.
As comparative comparison said the intersection of two kinds of case studies, focus is on open space or yard. The difference between them is that in abroad cases, social interaction, hominess and controlled career. In Iran cases, space affordances refer to religious social interactions and breeding acts in open and closed multipurpose spaces.
As the results, affordances of Iranian schools should be better in increasing connectedness in re-design way through these elements: schools entrance, schools wall which link to community, better yards, dynamic corridors, multipurpose classrooms, etc. the review of these elements should be followed both in theory and act.
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