Equity & Access

Five Strategies for Designing Schools to Support Educators

In many ways, the factors that spur teachers to change jobs or thrive are similar to those influencing employees in a corporate environment. Research can help develop facilities that attract and retain teachers, reduce stress and support the aspirations of educators.

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Place Based Education

Learning Walls Versus Teaching Walls

Walls can be used as a dynamic learning asset to promote movement, active learning and student agency -- are your walls designed to do that? Randy Fielding explores in his latest post.

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Place Based Education

Connecting to Nature is Essential to Our Well-being

Indoor-outdoor connections are highly desired by learners around the world, but schools haven’t always had the best relationship with learning in nature. Randy Fielding details how we can change that through design.

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Place Based Education

Learning Communities Change the Paradigm

Randy Fielding explores how Learning Communities are a Design Pattern that shapes a learner-centered spatial paradigm.

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