Learning Environment
learn·ingˈnoun \lərniNG\
: the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught.
en·vi·ron·ment noun \in-ˈvī-rə(n)-mənt\
: the conditions that surround someone or something
: the conditions and influences that affect the growth, health, progress, etc., of someone or something

Jim Knight -

If Steve Jobs Designed Schools

How would you design a school?

Not Old School: Architecture in Support of Learning

School 2.0 -

Designing Tomorrow's Schools

The Third Teacher - Case Study

By The Light of Day -

New School Design

Julian Treasure: Why architects need to use their ears

Indoor Air Quality & Student Performance

University of Michigan -

case study

These videos and discussed content are usually of intense interest to districts that are planning their future facilities. While the master planning team does not necessarily agree with every concept proposed and presented in this section, we do hope they will spark conversations and dialog over the subject matter.