ALEP > Supplemental Reading

Building and Renovation Schools – D.R. Anderson, 2004 edition.

School as Centers of Community – S. Bingler, L. Quinn, and L. Sullivan, available through the NCEF website: NCEF

The Language of School Design – R. Fielding and P. Nair, 2009 edition, available through

The impact of school environments: A literature review, The Centre for Learning and Teaching – S. Higgins, E. Hall, K. Wall, P Woolner, and C. McCaughey, 2005 addition available at:

Educational Facilities Planning; Leadership, Architecture, and Management. C.K. Tanner and J. Lackney, 2006 edition.

Linking school facility conditions to teacher satisfaction and success – M. Schneider, 2003 edition, available through the NCEF website: NCEF

Research into the Connection Between Built Learning Spaces and Student Outcomes, 2011 edition, available through the Victoria (AUS) Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

The ALEP examination will be administered in a single, three-hour session and will consist of 200 questions randomly selected from the overall question bank. Each multiple-choice question contains four (4) options/choices, only one of which is the correct or best answer. The examination will be administered in an electronic format. Candidates must provide their own Internet capable (wireless) portable computers. Advance instructions will sent to candidates prior to the exam concerning browser and necessary downloadable software for the exam system.

The examination will initially be offered annually in conjunction with all of the regional conferences and the annual international conference. Additional sites may be added by the Commission at future dates.