Blog - Learning

A Focus On Wellness

Learn about the WELL Building Standard and our developing understanding of how the indoor environment affects people.

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River Road High School Expands Programs

Thanks to an investment in trades education programs, River Road High School students now have more options when entering the workforce.

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Bernalillo High School Honored in ENR Southwest Best Projects

ENR Southwest announces "Best Projects", recognizing 25 regional projects in Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico.

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Moving On Up: Travis 6th Grade Campus

How can school districts ease the transition from elementary to middle school? Learn how Travis 6th Grade Campus and its Small Learning Communities prepare students for secondary school.

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Does It Work? A Post-Occupancy Evaluation Focused on How Facility Design Promotes Project Based Learning

How can building design support and foster a successful project based learning curriculum? This presentation shares the research behind the design of nex+Gen Academy and how the program has evolved after 5 years in the facility.

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Inclusive Learning Environments: Designing for Diverse Learners

Today's learners are more diverse than ever. So how can inclusive learning environments be designed to improve access to learning for all students? This presentation focuses on design strategies that support differentiated instruction and improved communication, engagement, and learning for all students.

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The Future of Academic Incubators

This interactive workshop, presented at the 2016 A4LE LearningScapes Conference in Philadelphia, provides an overview of existing and emerging models for incubators, relates these models to learning theory, and considers pros and cons of existing strategies.

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The Benefits of On-Call Procurement for Design Professional Services

​How can school districts benefit from on-call procurement? Learn how on-call professional services can help improve efficiency and save resources for school districts seeking design services.

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Lana Idriss on Making a Lush Xeriscape for the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine

Landscape designer Lana Idriss explains how BCOM achieved a lush xeriscape with a vibrant plant and material palette.

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Lessons Learned: First Year in New Maker Spaces

Montezuma-Cortez High School opened in 2015 with new CTE spaces for Agriculture, Fire Science, Family and Consumer Science, and Journalism. Review lessons learned about the design, uses, and adapting to program changes.

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