DesignShare Logo

Search

Our Current Featured Education Group: Launching in Brussels in April! More Here
Directory Case Studies Articles Awards Program Language of School Design
Membership E-Newsletter Blog Events About Contact Home
Articles and Resources
 

(Please note that DesignShare does not own the rights to most of the images on our web site. If you want to use an image in your own work, you must contact the architectural design firm responsible.)

RECENT PUBLICATIONS :

*****

Technology’s Influence on Today’s Educational Spaces

*****

FNI’s Douglas Park School Opens in Regina, Saskatchewan

*****

From Classrooms to Creativity Labs: A Look Into Rural Armenia

*****

“Randall Fielding CUSP Conference Video”

*****

“Should a Classroom Have Four Walls?” By François Jarraud, Le Cafe Pedagogique

*****

“New Reasons To Specify Carpet in the Classroom” by Andrew Sibley, DESSO

*****

The Causes of Inadequate Development In Educational Status And School Design In Iran In Recent Century by Samaneh Irvani
*****

History of School Architecture in Iran by Samaneh Irvani
*****

“High Performance Environments Make the Grade” by Adele Willson, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, SLATERPAULL Architects
*****

“Learning by Design Part III” by James Theimer
*****

“Learning by Design Part II” by James Theimer
*****

“Learning from Helsinki” by Greg Stack
*****

“Learning by Design Part I” by James Theimer
*****

“EXPLODING THE PARADIGM: Five Ways Schools Must Change to Rescue the American Dream” by Patricia Kokinos
*****

Book Review: “Schools for the Future: Design Proposals from Architectural Psychology” by Rotraut Walden (Ed.)

*****

Are You Smarter Than A Sixth Grader?

*****

Open Enrollment for the Online Advanced Certificate Program in Educational Facility Planning

*****

Optimal Learning Environments: Social expectations, learning goals and the role of school designers by Bukky Akinsanmi, LEED AP, SHW Group, Dallas TX

*****

Locker Options — Thinking Outside the Box By Tod Schneider, www.SafeSchoolDesign.com

*****

IT’S EASY BEING GREEN—ONCE YOU KNOW HOW by Environmental Charter High School in Lawndale, California

*****

Review of Ron Berger’s An Ethic of Excellence: Building a Culture of Craftsmanship with Students Review by Clare Vogel

*****

New Assessment Tool Offers Schools Best Bang for Their Buck by Clare Vogel

*****

Lessons from the Mall: A School with a Commercial Aesthetic Makes Young Minds More Receptive by Randall Fielding, Annalise Gehling, published in the October 2008 issue of Edutopia magazine.

*****

The Optimal Learning Environment: Learning Theories by Bukky Akinsanmi, LEED AP, SHW Group, Dallas TX

*****

“Classroom Design for Living and Learning with Autism” by Clare L. Vogel, for publication in the May/June 2008 issue of Autism Asperger’s Digest.

*****

FUTURE-PLAN:
“Creating a 2020 Vision for School Design” - Videos and Article by Karl Fisch
, Director of Technology at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado.

*****

FUTURE PLAN:
“Education 2020: From Knowledge to Wisdom” - Video presentation by Prakash Nair,
President of FieldingNair International, past winner of the CEFPI MacConnell Award.

*****

LEARNING MODELS:
“Features of Advanced Learning Systems” - Article by Wayne B. Jennings, Ph.D.
, Chair of the International Association of Learning Alternatives.

*****

CASE STUDY:
“Designing School 2.0: Science Leadership Academy” - Article & Case Study by Chris Lehmann
, founding Principal of the recently opened 1:1 laptop urban high school, Science Leadership Academy; named by the National School Boards Association as one of “20 (Emerging Educational Technology Leaders) to Watch” in 2006.

*****

PODCAST:
MediaSnackers Podcast Interview of Henry Giroux,
the Global Television Network Chair in English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada.

*****

PODCAST:
MediaSnackers Podcast Interview of Henry Jenkins,
the of the Comparative Media Studies at MIT and the author of Convergence Culture

*****

CASE STUDY:
“Hector Garcia Middle School: A School’s Design Aspires to Live Up to Its Name” - Article and Case Study by Peter Brown, AIA, LEED AP
, Principal, Director of K-12 Practice, Perkins+Will, lead designer on the soon-to-open Dallas, Texas based urban middle school.

*****

SCHOOL DESIGN:
“Tackling the Crime of School Design”
Book Excerpt from Rena Upitis
, former Dean of Education at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario; currently Professor of Arts Education at Queen’s University.

*****

BRAIN SCIENCE:
“Skulls and School Boxes: Student Brains That Want Out” - Article by Dr. Robert Sylwester
, Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Oregon.

*****

COMMUNITY PLANNING:
“Designing a Nexus of Communities in New Orleans” - Article by Stephen Bingler, AIA, REFP, NCARB
, founding principal of Concordia llc., winner of CEFPI’s 2001 James D. MacConnell Award.

*****

INTERVIEW:

“Reconsidering the Design of Schools through the Lens of Project-Based Learning”
. - Interview with Bob Pearlman,
the Director of Strategic Planning for the New Technology Foundation; former President of the Autodesk Foundation.

*****

CASE STUDY:
“The 100 is There!: Helen Gordan Child Development Center” - Article and Case Study by Sheryl Reinisch and Will Parnell
. Sheryl is an Associate Professor of Education at Concordia University with a focus on early childhood education; Will is the Co-Director of the Helen Gordon Child Development Center in Portland, Oregon.

*****

CASE STUDY:
“Making Space in New Zealand and Scotland”
Originally published by OECD’sPEB Exchange (2006/5).
. Note: the piece is comprised of 2 articles. Part 1: “New Zealand: The Importance of Outdoor Space” is adapted from an article published in Children in Europe (12.05) written by Anne Meade, Co-ordinator, Early Childhood Education Centres of Innovation, New Zealand Ministry of Education. Part 2: “United Kingdom: A Multi-Faith, Multi-Needs Campus” was contributed by Fiona Ross, Media Officer, Glasgow City Council, UK.

*****

BIG EDUCATION PICTURE:
“Redesigning Schools, Redefining Education” - Book Excerpt by Dr. Jon Wiles
, author of twelve university textbooks and consulting educator in the areas of curriculum design and development.

*****

BIG EDUCATION PICTURE:
“The Future of Learning Manifesto” - Article by Christian Long
, author of the “think:lab” blog, President & CEO of DesignShare

*****

“6 Essential Elements of Educational Facility Design”, by Randy Fielding (co-published by CEFPI Planner, December 2006).

*****
“Beware of the Sitting Trap in Learning and Schooling - ‘Ergo-dynamic’ concepts are decisive”, by Dr. D. Breithecker, November, 2006. Note: This article is sponsored by VS America.

*****

2006 Awards articles:

*****
“Designing Healthy Schools Our Children Deserve”, by Dr. Jeff Lackney and Christian Long (Co-published by School Planning & Management, November, 2006).

*****

“The Impact of Room To Read” - Q&A with John Wood, founder and CEO of Room to Read, author of Leaving Microsoft to Change the World: An Entreprenuer’s Odyssey to Educate the World’s Children. November, 2006

*****
“Imagining the Future of the School Library”. Q&A with Library Experts, Doug Johnson and Rolf Erikson, November, 2006

*****
“Sparking School Design Via Project Based Learning”. Q&A with John Sole, Project-based Service Learning Master Teacher and Founder of Guerilla Educators November, 2006

******
Beyond the School as Templeby Prakash Nair. Originally published in Edutopia magazine, July, 2006

*****
“View From Denmark: Linking Aesthetics and Student Learning”, by Ulla Kjaervang. November, 2006

*****

Planning an 800 Year Old Campus as a 21st Century Marketplace of Ideas. Q&A with Pablo Campos, professor of Architecture at the Universidad San Pablo-CEU of Madrid, Summer, 2006

*****

An Administrator’s View: Beth Hebert Interview: Educational Impact of Innovative School Design and the Legacy of the Crow Island Elementary School, July, 2006

*****

Master Classroom - Let Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, and Jamie Oliver show you the future, byRandy Fielding, Jeffrey Lackney, Prakash Nair. Originally published in Edutopia magazine, June, 2006

*****

Getting REAL, Part Two: The Philadelphia Story - Q&A with John Sole, Project-based Service Learning Master Teacher

*****

The Journey of Utopia, The Story of the First American Style Campus in Europe, by Pablo Campos Calvo-Sotelo; Novascience Publishers, 2005

*****

Planning for the Conceptual Age, PowerPoint presentation by Randall Fielding, AIA. Presentation given @ the CEFPI “Impact on Learning” conference, December 2005, Austin Texas

*****

Edutopia Magazine Interview with Prakash Nair and Randy Fielding
discussing new ways of creating community-based schools.

*****

Learning, Lighting and Color:Lighting Design for Schools and Universities in the 21st Century , by Randall Fielding, AIA

*****

Conceptual Age ThinkersPowerPoint presentation by Randall Fielding and Prakash Nair. Presentation given @ CEFPI International Conference, 2005, San Antonio, Texas

*****

Educational Commissioning:Educating Educators to Optimize their School Facility for Teaching and Learning , by Jeffrey Lackney

*****

Community Learning Centers Redesigning schools to dramatically increase learning, by Dr. Wayne Jennings

*****

Getting REAL, Part One Q&A with John Sole, Project-based Service Learning Master Teacher

See also: Getting REAL, Part Two: The Philadelphia Story

*****

Radically Rethinking Education, Q&A with Prakash Nair, DESIGNER/builder magazine

*****

Conversations on Educational Architecture
Letters between Peter Jamieson and Randy Fielding

Letter One: Synchronicity | Letter Two: Under the Veranda | Letter Three: Yesterday’s Problem

*****

12 Design Principles Based on Brain-based Learning Research , By Jeffery A. Lackney, Ph.D.. Based on a workshop facilitated by Randall Fielding, AIA

*****

Schools — Good for Children?, by Prakash Nair

*****

The Great Learning Street Debate, by Prakash Nair, Fresh Perspectives, February 2005

*****

Media and Technology Charter High School, by Laura Wernick

*****

The L-Shaped Classroom: A Pattern for Promoting Learning, by Peter C. Lippman

*****

Seattle Public Schools: Progressive Educational Reform via Building Design Guidelines, by Dale Christopher Lang, PhD

*****

Building the Future: Lessons from Tasmania, by Prakash Nair. A version of this article was published in Education Week on February 4, 2004

*****

Design of Child Care Centers and Effects of Noise on Young Children, by Dr. Lorraine E. Maxwell & Dr. Gary W. Evans, Cornell University

*****

The Effects of Computer Workstation Design on Children’s Posture , by Lorraine E. Maxwell & Kathryn L. Laeser

*****

The Classroom as Global Media Center, by Prakash Nair. A version of this article was published by School Planning & Management Magazine in October 2003.

*****

“Fresh Perspectives: A Fusion of Eastern and Western Philosophies to Plan Tomorrow’s Schools”, by Prakash Nair, October 2004.

*****

Results of the 2004 DesignShare Awards Program Post-Occupancy Evaluation Program - Students and teachers tell us what they really think, by Jeffery A. Lackney, PhD, AIA

*****

Coming Soon: Open Spaces Workshop, by Jeffery A. Lackney, PhD, AIA

*****

Coming Soon: Awards 2004 Commentary, by Susan Wolff, Ed. D.

*****

Imperatives for Change in Higher Education: “Part 1: Planning the Future of the American Campus” and “Part 2: Responding to Change - Nine Cues for Campus Planners”, by Prakash Nair, January, 2003

*****

Innovative Pedagogy and School Facilities, by Elliot Washor

*****

Flexible School Facilities, by Frank Locker PhD, AIA, with Steven Olson AIA.

*****

Empowering Learning through Natural, Human, and Building Ecologies, by Robert Kobet, AIA

*****

Indoor Air Quality in Schools: The importance of Monitoring Carbon Dioxide Levels,, by David Sundersingh and David W. Bearg, PE

*****

But Are They Learning? - School Buildings: The Important Unasked Questions, , by Prakash Nair, May 2002

*****

Ed. Spec. (Educational Specifications) Forum - School board members, architects and planners debate the value of educational specifications. By Randall Fielding, AIA, Editor. Originated June 2002, new material added 03/20/2003

*****

The Education Environment Program: Re-Thinking the Ed Spec, by David E. Anstrand, RA, REFP, & Edward E. Kirkbride, NCARB, REFP

*****

Freedom & Creativity - A story of learning, Democracy and the design of schools, , by Bruce A. Jilk, January, 2002.

*****

Design Features for Project-Based Learning, by Susan J. Wolff, Ed.D., February 2002.

*****

Designing a High School for Collaborative, Project-based LearningHarbor City International School, by Randall Fielding, June 2002

*****

A Perception of Architecture and Urbanism - An Approach to Education in the Popular Classes, by Mariza Weber Alves, October 2002

*****

Educational Specifications Forum: A controversial exploration of the role of Ed Specs, by Randall Fielding, June 2002

*****

Personalized Learning in a Global Context What the Committee on Architecture for Education Learned at MIT, by Randall Fielding, June 2002.

*****

The Role of Wireless Computing Technology in the Design of Schools, by Prakash Nair, October 2002.

*****

Dollars and Sense: The Cost Effectiveness of Small Schools, review by Randy Fielding. Published by Knowledge Works Foundation, 2002

*****

School Safety: Problem or Goal , by Prakash Nair, 2001

*****

“The Student Laptop Computer in Classrooms: Not Just a Tool”, by Prakash Nair, 2001.

*****

Innovative Learning Environments: AIA Amsterdam Conference Summary and Highlights, November 2001

*****

AIA Amsterdam Conference Forum: An Interactive Forum on Innovative Alternatives in Learning Environments, November, 2001

*****

Innovation and Standarization in School Building: A Proposal for the National Code in Italy. By Giuseppe Ridolfi, D.d.R, A.N.A.member, October 2001

****

What Art Educators Can Learn from Reggio Emilia, by Patricia Tarr, October 2001

*****

City of Learning: UIA/UNESCO 15th Annual Conference: “Learning in Public Spaces”, by Randall Fielding, AIA. Porto, Portugal, September 2001

*****

55 Exemplary Educational Facilities from 21 countries - Published by The Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development, 2001. Book Review by Randall Fielding, AIA

*****

Loving Children: A Design Problem, by David Orr, Professor and Chair of the Environmental Studies Program at Oberlin College. This article was first published in Designer Builder, October 2000

*****

Education Through Technology Integration: A Template for School Design, by Prakash Nair, June 23, 2000. Presentation given as part of the “How Will We Design School Buildings for the 21st Century?” Conference

*****

“Schools for the 21st Century: Are You Ready?”, by Prakash Nair, July, 2000.

*****

Lighting The Learning Environment, by Randall Fielding, June, 2000

*****

Awarding Innovative Educational Design: The School Construction News’ Design Share Awards 2000 Program Introduction and Commentary, by Jeffery A. Lackney Ph.D., September, 2000

*****

The Death of the Classroom, Learning Cycles and Roger Schank, by Randall Fielding, May, 1999

*****

Planning the Learning Community: Q&A with Concordia’s Steven Bingler, by Randall Fielding, August, 1999

*****

The Future of the Classroom: Q & A with William DeJong by Eric Butterfield, Editor, School Construction News, April, 1999

*****

Wired Versus WirelessTechnology in School Computer Networks, A debate between Prakash Nair and Glenn Meeks, by Randall Fielding, December, 1999

*****

A Design Assessment Scale for Elementary Schools, by C. Kenneth Tanner, May, 1999

*****

Better Schools for a New Century: AIA Conference, San Francisco, April, 1999, by Randall Fielding. Includes “Learning Environments for the 21st Century,” Keynote Address by Anne Taylor, Ph.D., Hon. AIA; also includes talk given by Steven Bingler, AIA, Concordia Architects, about Department of Education planning grants and design guidelines geared to Schools as Centers of Community.

*****

Interview: Bruce Jilk, Educational Facility Planner, by Randy Fielding, November, 1998

*****

“The Box is Breaking: Who Cares? We Care” Executive SummaryCouncil for Educational Facilities Planning International, Midwest Great Lakes Region, Spring 1998 Conference, prepared by Bruce Jilk

*****

NOTE: To see all listed articles with full excerpts, go to this link.

*****

CONTACT US TO PUBLISH

 

WANT TO PUBLISH?

SEARCH PUBLICATIONS:

DesignShare publications are submitted by designers, university professors, architects, planning consultants, educators, technologists, futurists, and ecologists. Publications include podcasts, detailed case studies, conference proceedings, interviews, original research, editorials, thesis projects, and practical design guidelines.

WANT TO PUBLISH?

User Tools

Membership | Reprint Policies | About | Contact | Home
© DesignShare.com 1998-2014. All rights reserved.