College Planning & Management

JUN 2013

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KINDERGARTEN-12 GRAND PRIZE WINNER o u tsta n d i n g d esi g n + a rch i t ec t u re i n ed u cati o n colonel smith middle school Fort HuacHuca accommodation ScHool diStrict #00, Fort HuacHuca, ariz. ArCHITECTS emc2 Group architects planners RICHARD CLUTTER, ALA, LEED-AP REFP , Fanning Howey CHARLES TYLER, AIA, LEED-AP BD+C prOjECT SHOWCASE see page e9 Commitment to ProjeCt-Based Le a r ning I love the color, furniture selection and layout of the building. All of these point to 21st-century learning concepts. I am also impressed with the focus on technology as a tool. The commitment to project-based learning is evident throughout. – Tracy Healy good PL a nning, ConCer n for energy, r e asona BLe Cost This school is very impressive. Their use of technology and the fact that they put it in the hands of the students, their concern for energy conservation, emphasis on STEM and efforts to break old classroom concepts make it a winner. This is an example of an architectural frm working with a client who thought ahead and looked for answers to new questions. – Paul Abramson f Lex iBLe Le a r ning sPaCes, inCLusion of susta ina BiLity The planning process was focused on creating an environment that would enhance each student's success by creating fexible learning spaces that support project-based, inter-disciplinary instruction. Additionally, the integration of sustainable strategies into the curriculum and the learning environment provides students with hands-on learning experiences. – Tom Rushin E4 EDUCATION DESIGN SHOWCASE

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