Hawaii Chapter


Archive

Past Events

Chapter Event

“Just Start Something” A Presentation by David A Stubbs II, President, Cultural Shift – www.cultural-shift.com

Presented by:

Date:    Monday  April 11, 2016
Location:    AIA Honolulu Office
828 Fort St Mall, Suite 100, Honolulu
Time:   5:00 to 7:00 PM
5:00 – 5:30 check in and registration
5:30 – 6:30 CEU presentation
6:30 – 7:00 Networking and additional questions

Cost:  

$10 for members
$20 for non-members

Register:   Click here

AIA CEU credit: 1 LU Credit AIA CSCES 303

Refreshments: Pupu’s will available at 5:00 and served until  7:00
Sponsored by: Contact Furnishers of Hawaii dba Office Pavilion
Parking:Not included, however the rates at Harbor Court are reasonable and the AIA office is right around the corner


Chapter Symposium

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Innovative Learning Spaces

Throughout K-12 education, "21st Century Learning" and "Design Thinking" are becoming familiar topics. But what are the physical elements needed to support a 21st Century classroom? Can a Maker Space be created in an existing 1960 classroom building? What type of furnishings should we consider for these spaces? This symposium will explore these questions and much more. Our keynote speaker is a global educator whose career is focused on teaching teachers how to create these classroom environments. The symposium will also feature presentations by Hawaii teachers who are applying 21st Century curricula and a panel discussion led by our keynote.

Keynote Speaker

Susan Crichton
Director of the Faculty of Education at University of British Columbia Okanagan
BSc MA PhD (Sydney, Australia)
Director of Innovative Learning Centre (ILC)
Director of the Faculty of Education
Associate Professor

Susan Crichton

Dr. Crichton's research focuses on design thinking and the Maker Movement. She is exploring innovative uses of technology to foster creativity and imagination for educators. She also works with colleagues in challenging contexts so explore ways that appropriate technologies can provide access to professional development and learning. Scholarly Contributions: Dr. Crichton is author of numerous journal articles, book chapters and research studies exploring the intersection of technology and learning. She is on a review board of numerous journals and conferences. She has been invited to keynote and present in conferences and workshops nationally and internationally.

Date: Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Time: 5-8pm (pupus and drinks included)
Location: Iolani School, Sullivan Center
Honolulu, HI
Admission Cost: $40 (member architects, engineers, contractors; $50 non-member)
$20 (member educators, facilities staff; $30 non-member)

Thank you to our Sponsors