Hit the Brakes: Rethink Learning + Learning EnvironmentsBob Vajgrt, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, ALEP
“Can you just pull over for a minute?!” Have you ever been on a road trip and gotten to a point where you weren’t sure if you were going in the right direction? You are speeding along, and things start to look different, strange, not what you expected or, they become familiar because you passed this way an hour ago. We are at a point where we need to pull over for a minute to figure out where we are going.
Home Learning Spaces: Will COVID-19 Create Memorable Learning Moments?Bob Vajgrt, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, ALEP
With the majority of students learning from home and parents the substitute teacher, the learning space at home is a critical aspect to memorable learning moments.
Charting the CourseBob Vajgrt, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, ALEP
Success can be, and often is, measured in many ways. Success for me covers the spectrum from having fun, to creating learning spaces that students don’t want to leave. Set expectations will chart the course and get you started down the path to a successful project.
Are You Teaching + Learning in a Space or Place?Bob Vajgrt, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, ALEP
How the physical learning environment supports improved outcomes for students and staff. Bob Vajgrt discusses how educational spaces should be designed to directly support the teaching and learning happening in the space.
Outside the Curriculum: The Effect Environment Has on LearningBob Vajgrt, AIA, LEED AP, CDT, ALEP
Do you think that a room can affect a student’s grades? Let me put it this way, do you think that the quality of the learning environment effects learning? If you answered “yes,” you are not alone.