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CEFPI is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems (AIA/CES). Credit(s) earned on completion of this program will be reported to AIA/CES for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for both AIA members and non-AIA members are available upon request. This program is registered with AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of each presentation.
Learning Objectives Cost benefit Analysis of Sustainable Buildings At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Identify cost effective sustainable design features. 2.Evaluate cost and benefits of sustainable design. 3.Identify health and environmental benefits of sustainable design. 4.Present benefits based on the life cycle of the building.
Learning Objectives Engaging ENERGY STAR: How to Increase Students Involvement in Your Energy Management Plan At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how tracking energy use with ENERGY STAR can help them identify underperforming facilities and prioritize energy performance investments. 2.Use tools and resources available to them at no cost through the ENERGY STAR program. 3.Identify different strategies to help students of every age to become involved in the energy management process. 4.Understand the benefits to both students and school districts from increased student involvement in the energy management process.
Learning Objectives Richardsville Elementary School At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Better understand the importance of High Performance Building Envelope. 2.Better understand the importance of Active Daylighting. 3.Better understand the importance and use of Geothermal HVAC. 4.Better understand the importance of Alternate Renewable Energy Sources.
Learning Objectives Robert Churchwell Museum Magnet School/The Academy at Hickory Hollow/Madison Middle School/Cane Ridge High School At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Effectively use existing structures and transform them into new educational facilities. 2.Know about the energy saving effects of various construction materials. 3.Know about energy saving equipment to obtain LEED certification. 4.Know about specific design considerations to ensure safety within a school campus.
Learning Objectives The Country Music hall of Fame At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the design features that make the museum accessible to mobility and visual impaired visitors. 2.Understand the design features that make the museum accessible to mobility and visual impaired visitors. 3.Understand the sound proofing and sound enhancement solutions adopted throughout the museum. 4.Understand how musical themes are incorporated in the interior and exterior design of the facility.
Learning Objectives Learning Really Starts When the Students Gain Control in the Classroom At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the different learning styles and the appropriate places for them 2.Know how a facility can be adapted to different learning styles 3.Understand what design features are better suited to accommodate electronics and different types of transmission. 4.Know about facility design solutions adopted in Denmark
Learning Objectives The CEFPI/SDSU Certification Program: A Growing Community of Practice At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the basic principles of adult learning. 2.Apply criteria for high quality online learning experiences. 3.Understand the various phases of learner-centered facility planning, by understanding diverse learning needs and styles. 4.Understand the professional benefits of an active, ongoing community of practice.
Learning Objectives From Tents to the Taj Mahal: Connecting Students, Teachers & the Learning Environment At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how educational environments differ throughout the world. 2. Explain the "Student's Hierarchy of Needs" and its implications for effective school planning. 3.List the various factors that impact a student's academic potential, and explain the building's role in enhancing this potential. 4.Understand how connections between students and teachers differ based on the type of learning environment, and explain the fundamental differences between traditional and non-traditional instruction.
Learning Objectives Investing in Our Childrens Future: Building Green, Healthy and Sustainable Schools At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how creating a clean, green and healthy school environment can produce decreased absenteeism of both students and teachers. 2.Understand how establishing protocols and best practices can significantly improve the environmental health of students and staff. 3.Understand how implementing a school environmental health program can have positive financial returns for the school system. 4.Know about the upcoming EPA voluntary guidelines to assist states and tribes in the development of robust school environmental health programs.
Learning Objectives Career-Tech Time Machine: Adapting Old Space for New Use At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how to evaluate existing space to determine if it will support a specialized, high-tech learning environment. 2.List the ways in which designing for a professional-quality learning environment is different than designing for the professional workplace itself. 3.Explain the unique design requirements related to a multimedia editing and production environment, including acoustics and lighting strategies. 4.Understand how unique programs such as this can create connections to the broader community.
Learning Objectives Green + Fun + Learner Inspired = Atascocita Springs Elementary School At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Use affordable ways to do sustainable design. 2.Implement a planning process that truly involves curriculum and embeds it into the building. 3.Use materials in creative ways to support and inspire learning. 4.Win the community by tying its traditions to the sustainable goals of the building.
Learning Objectives The Power of Students Voice in Connecting Learning to the Design of the Physical Environment At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the impact of student led design on learning spaces and learning styles. 2.Identify the opportunities for student engagement at all stages of the construction process. 3.Increase student awareness of construction professional careers. 4.Use strategies to increase student understanding of issues such as sustainability, energy, construction, etc..
Learning Objectives School Furniture At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Explore innovations in education, using furniture to make them visible. 2.Understand the dynamic between school furniture and innovative, effective teaching methods. 3. Share examples of innovative furniture in innovative schools. 4.Understand the importance of dialogue and continuous learning.
Learning Objectives Safe, High Performance, Sustainable Precast School Design At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how integrated architectural and structural concrete designs contribute toward high performance and safe learning environment. 2.Understand how precast concrete can add to life safety features for K-12 schools, including: fire safety, storm resistance, acoustical and indoor air quality, seismic design and mold/mildew and insect resistance. 3.Understand how precast concrete contributes to sustainable design and LEED certification. 4.Understand how prefabricated manufacturing and use of natural, low- embodied energy materials contribute to green – life cycle design, expedite construction, reduce site disturbance, etc.
Learning Objectives Genius Loci: MacConnell Award Projects and Ewan McIntoshs Seven Spaces At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand what makes a learning experience powerful and how can this be impacted by the physical environment and technology 2.Know about virtual learning spaces – how does this technology affect learning, what are the requirements for integration into schools, and how can they be used to provide engaging and powerful learning experiences?. 3.Understand how MacConnell projects support powerful learning experiences with 21st Century technology and social media. 4.Understand the implications of technology and social media for teaching and facility design.
Learning Objectives The Mayfield Project Experience At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Develop an understanding of the role of research in design and planning of learning environments. 2.Understand a range of key issues specific to learning environments. 3.Understand the benefits of a broad stakeholder involvement in planning and management. 4.Understand the importance of discussing and encouraging development in others through presentation / exhibition of ideas.
Learning Objectives Place-Based Learning: Interactive Learning and Net-Zero Design At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Gain a thorough understanding of transparent educational design. 2.Explore possibilities for science curriculum to extend beyond the classroom. 3.Understand the requirements and benefits of a true net-zero building. 4.Understand how graphic gaming cards can facilitate communication and design with non-architects.
Learning Objectives LearnSpace: Researching Pedagogy & Behavioral Spaces At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how Pedagogy links with the Physical Space 2.Understand non-traditional space and it's impact on Learning 3.Know how to integrate New Learning Technologies in the design of physical spaces. 4.Develop global partnerships that are influencing and shaping pedagogy.
Learning Objectives Fusing Technology into the School Design Process for Today and Tomorrow At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the emerging educational technologies associated with new teaching and learning paradigms. 2.Understand how the facilities planning process maximizes technology integration for immediate and future utilization. 3.Understand how interactive teaching/learning methods affect the functionality of facilities design. 4.Identify the technological components to include in the planning process.
Learning Objectives Introduction to NSF/NSSEA 380 School Supplies and Equipment Standard and Certification Program At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Determine the need in the industry for this standard and certification program development. 2.Comprehend the basic concepts of the NSF/NSSEA 380 Standard and how it will benefit the industry. 3.Determine the need in the industry for this standard and certification program development. 4.Understand the elements of the certification program associated with the standard.
Learning Objectives Riding the STEM Wave: An Exploration of the Impact STEM Programs Are Having on School Planning and Design At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the history, trends, and reasons behind the development of STEM programs 2.Explore the impact STEM programs are having on funding streams, college preparation, and student choice. 3.Appreciate current applications of STEM school design through several notable national case studies. 4.Apply flexible planning and design solutions to several fictional STEM programs.
Learning Objectives Easing Overcrowded High Schools with Limited Capital Funds At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Identify different solutions for creating high school capacity to include different split shifts, different grade configurations & 9th grade centers. 2.Identify the facilities/program implications of each solution and the pros and cons. 3.Review different size capacity models; evaluate conversion of other use facilities into a 9th grade center that will support the curriculum. 4.Review different 9th grade center design solutions that a large school system has or is implementing.
Learning Objectives Students Design Tomorrows Sustainable Schools and Communities … and Our Future At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Engage their school/school district in the School of the Future Student Design Competition. 2.Stage the design competition highlighting green issues. 3.Understand the benefits of collaborative planning at all levels, with focus on sustainability. 4.Appreciate how students can argue and articulate a good case for sustainability.
Learning Objectives Think You Cant Afford Green? Think Again At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Build understanding of best practices and strategies for high performance comprehensive performance audits. 2.Transform the green school movement to include schools that are already built and prefabricated buildings so that all students can have access to high performance schools. 3.Understand green prefabricated/modular buildings benefits and strategies. 4.Understand new budget conscious options for schools to assess their performance and prioritize green investments..
Learning Objectives 21 st Century Skills, 21 st Century Schools At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the Essentials of the 21st Century Skills movement. 2.Understand how states are embracing it in their standards and guidelines. 3.Understand how this initiative aligns with other learning research. 4.Understand how this movement is supported through facilities design.
Learning Objectives A Roadmap to Take a Charter School Project from Inception to Groundbreaking and Beyond At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Know how to finance the project, how to obtain permits, construction procurement and delivery methods. 2.Know how to make the project economically feasible, understand the school mission and teaching/learning methods. 3.Know how to develop a design that supports the school mission. 4.Know how to keep the building operational after construction, continual review of operational efficiency, maintenance surveys.
Learning Objectives Some Call It STEM, Others Call It Project-Based Learning. We Call It FUTURE At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the correlation between 21st century skills and learning settings. 2.Understand how agile spaces inspire interaction and excitement about learning. 3.Integrate local and global communities into educational settings. 4.Identify a community's distinctive attributes and weave them into the curriculum.
Learning Objectives Green as It Gets – Landscape Master Planning At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Know the data needed to develop a landscape master plan employing sustainable considerations. 2.Explore options to meet identified educational program and sustainable features goals. 3.Apply effective process development for preparing a plan. 4.Know how to successfully communicate the plan, emphasizing the sustainable aspects and the long term advantages.
Learning Objectives Master Planning Over 600 Schools, One at a Time At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Explore Master Planning processes, the benefits and tradeoffs of different approaches. 2.Appreciate how flexible planning encourages creative solutions within a framework that evolves. 3.Discuss the value and purpose of phased master planning tasks. 4.Understand the benefits of templates along side custom solutions through unique studies.
Learning Objectives Creating a Public School Land Trust to Build 21 st Century Schools in the State of Hawaii At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Utilize land resources to further the development of 21st Century Schools. 2.Engage stakeholders, legislators and the general public in furthering this opportunity. 3.Bring students currently studying in an agricultural/industrial environment into a technology environment. 4.Understand the impact of private/public partnership with the State of Hawaii Department of Education and private sector entities.
Learning Objectives A Process for Innovation: Rethinking the Contemporary School At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand new models for food service. 2.Understand a methodology for institutional change. 3.Develop new metrics for efficiency: space utilization. 4.Evaluate the use of prototypical design.
Learning Objectives The US Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Know about US Department of Education programs to promote superior school facilities. 2.Know about requirements for environmental impact and energy efficiency goals. 3.Know about requirements for healthy environments goals. 4.Know about the requirements for environmental efficiency goals.
Learning Objectives Whats in Your Toolbox? A Discussion of Planning Techniques and Tips – Making It Fun and Purposeful At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand different planning techniques. 2.Understand the importance of collegial sharing of how and why to apply specific planning tools in each situation. 3.Use hands-on committee exercises. 4.Share web-based resources for projects.
Learning Objectives The IB Approach to 21 Century/Global Learning/Connecting Learning Styles to the Environment At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the International Baccalaureate Programme for Primary Years curriculum and how it specifically shapes the learning environment. 2.Apply interior design strategies that support the building facility as an integral teaching tool. 3.Apply exterior design strategies that support learning. 4.Understand educational program assumptions that support teaching and learning for multiple intelligences.
Learning Objectives While Its Not About the Building; Its All About the Building At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand Practice Theory as the perspective for creating 21st Century Learning Environments that connects the notion of the learner as active to an active learning environment. 2.Understand the term technology as inclusive of spatial design, information technologies and building systems. 3.Evaluate guidelines that create salient features of the learning environments encouraging learners to appropriate knowledge for themselves. 4. Share examples of personal experiences connected with the topics of the seminar.
Learning Objectives STEM For All At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand how a STEM curriculum responds to the needs of an academically and culturally diverse campus. 2.Understand how to implement learning landscapes and interior design features in support of STEM themes. 3.Understand how a STEM facility can accommodate a wide range of teaching styles and information technology and be flexible for the future. 4.Understand how STEM programs and curriculum are enhanced by sustainable building practices.
Learning Objectives Lighting Up Students With Technology and Progressive 21 st Century Learning Strategies At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the unique planning and design solutions that meet this Districts progressive and unique vision. 2.Discover specific learning strategies and how they are incorporated in the design. 3.Experience active, real-world middle and high school learning using personal computing devices to gain insight about teaching as it will occur in the classroom, taught by a visionary educator. 4.Share lessons learned with other attendees about the learning example through dynamic group discussion.
Learning Objectives Factories No More: The Key Role Design and Furniture Have in Enabling Teachers to Change Pedagogy At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Unleash new thinking into school design principles. 2.Get 100% participant engagement into the topic. 3.Create new design possibilities for schools. 4.Design using thinking that empowers teachers to change pedagogical approaches.
Learning Objectives Make the Past Our Future – Rebuilding Communities Through Adaptive Reuse At the end of this program, participants will be able to: 1.Understand the perils and pitfalls of adaptive reuse. 2.Know about building program cost reduction through eco-preservation. 3.Use methodologies to break down large student bodies to promote individualized learning and campus safety. 4.Generate community support through preservation of the community heritage.
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This concludes The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems Course CEFPI