عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the serious trouble in contemporary urbanization is the growing gap between human and natural systems. the touch of technology instead of touching nature and apathy toward environmental concerns for urban teenagers, which can lead to severe mental health levels of adolescence for inclusion in the maturity path. the present study identifies the patterns in conformity to the biophilic attitude experiences to prioritize the environmental indicators associated with the acquisition of cognitive, behavioral, emotional, motivational and emotional factors in the learning context the method used in terms of objective, practical and method of study in terms of nature, is descriptive and survey. Data collection is based on the study of library resources and in the field stage through questionnaire and interviews and using spss software used to analyze data. the results indicate that the design experiences in the context of learning based on biophilic approach can satisfy the spiritual and psychological needs of adolescence and there is a significant difference between the types of environmental experiences (direct experience of nature, the indirect experience of nature, and the experience of space and place) in order to establish a consistent interaction between adolescents and nature.
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