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March 2007

February 2007

December 2006

  • “Beware the Sitting Trap in Learning and Schooling” (Dr. D. Breithecker)
  • “Designing Healthy Schools Our Children Deserve” (Dr. Lackney, Long)
  • Q&A with John Wood (Founder and CEO of Room to Read)
  • “6 Essential Elements of Educational Facilty Design” (Fielding)
  • “Imagining the Future of the Library” (Q&A)
  • “Sparking School Design Via Project Based Learning” (Q&A)
  • “Master Classroom: Let Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, and Jamie Oliver Show You The Future” (Fielding, Lackney, Nair)
  • Announcement of the 2007 Awards Program dates

September 2006 Highlighting the 2006 Awards winners.

April 2006 Introducing the 2006 Awards registration and New Changes at DesignShare.

February 2006

  • “Learning, Lighting, and Color” (Fielding)
  • “Designing and Operating Successfull Community Learning Centers” (Jennings)
  • “Small is Big” (Fielding, Nair)
  • “Educational Commissioning” (Lackney)

October 2005Highlighting the 2005 Awards winners and the DesignShare World Forum in Barcelona, Spain

April 2005

  • “Radically Rethinking Education (Nair)
  • “Getting REAL” (an interview with Jeff Sole re: Project-Based Learning)

February 2005

  • “MATCH” (showcasing the Media and Technology High School in Boston, Mass)
  • “The Great Learning Street Debate” (Nair)
  • “Conversations on Educational Architecture” (Jamieson, Fielding)

October 2004

  • Highlighting the 2004 Awards winners.
  • “L-Shaped Classroom” (Lippman)
  • “Open Space — A Dynamic Model for Group Learning” (Lackney)
  • “A Fusion of Eastern and Western Philosophies to Plan Tomorrow’s Schools” (Nair)

February 2004

  • “Progressive Educational Reform Guidelines in Seattle” (Lang)
  • “What Can $3.6 Billion Buy? Los Angeles School Construction Has a Choice” (Fielding)
  • “Uruguayan Schools, An Inclusive Architecture” (Marina Abraham, Pedro Barran, Carlos Sitya)
  • “Building the Future: Lessons From Tasmania” (Nair)

September 2003

  • Highlighting the 2003 Awards winners.
  • “Innovative Pedagogy and School Facilities” (Washor)
  • “Flexible School Facilities” (Locker, Olsen)
  • “Indoor Air Quality in Schools” (David Sundersingh & David Bearg)

January 2003

  • “Empowering Learning Through Natural, Human, and Building Ecologies” (Kobet)
  • “Imperatives for Change in Higher Education” (Nair)


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