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March 11, 2021
4:00 – 5:00 pm
“Innovation in Education Event” featuring our special series of “Educators Educating US!”
We’ll explore the ways in which pedagogical innovation and cutting-edge design impact the relationship between facilities and learning and how changes in pedagogy converge with design.
Perrysburg Schools’ new state of the art STEM 5-6 grade school, Hull Prairie Intermediate School, was designed to reinforce collaboration and teaming. The school is only one of 42 schools in Ohio to receive STEM recognition; part of a statewide push to find ways to make learning more engaging for students. New features include flexible learning environments, open collaborative spaces, STEM, Music, Art and Innovation spaces to create a dynamic multi-purpose venue to meet a wide variety of needs and styles. The Collaborative TMP Architecture and Perrysburg Schools collaborated to create a unique, student-centered learning environment by examining current curricular learning objectives and designing spaces to reflect these trends.
- Identify key programmatic building elements – centralized STEM labs, open collaboration areas, outdoor learning spaces – that support innovative teaching & learning techniques.
- Learn how flexible learning environments and integration of technology support progressive approaches to specific instructional activities.
- Explore the innovative methodology for professional development used to reinforce the overall vision of the school.
- Discover how to develop curricular partnerships that promote community & student engagement.
- Mr. Scott A. Best, Principal, Hull Prairie Intermediate School, Perrysburg Schools, Ohio
email@example.com, Cell: 419.819.8809 or School: 419.873.6293
- Mr. Jason Hubbard, STEM Educator, Hull Prairie Intermediate School, Perrysburg Schools, Ohio
Members / School Districts: FREE | Non-members $20
Registration closes at 9:00 am on March 11, 2021.
The Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants before 2:00 pm on March 11, 2021.
Chapter Presentation & Tour – Canceled
Friday, November 8, 2019
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Novi Community School District
Educational Services Building
25345 Taft Road, Novi, MI 48374
“Aspirational Design, Agile Classrooms, and the Opportunity to Learn”
Please join the A4LE Michigan Chapter for a brief tour of the Novi School Learning Environments and presentation by Dr. RJ Webber, Assistant Superintendent of Academics.
AIA CEUs are available.
Free to attend – please RSVP:
Light refreshments sponsored by:
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Time: 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Changing Spaces: the "Body Language" of Learning
2547 3 Mile Rd NW F
Grand Rapids, MI 49534
Refreshments provided by MiEN Company
|Agenda – Changing Spaces: the "Body Language" of Learning
||Welcome and Meeting by Chapter President Superintendent Paul Hartsig, Dowagiac Union Schools
||AIA Accredited Presentation by the MiEN Company on School Furnishings (confirming HSW credit)
||Tour of the Mien Company Showroom highlighting school furniture and technology
||Social/networking time with refreshments in the lobby of the MiEN Company
School Tour: I-TEC Center
Thursday, September 18, 2014
609 Ortonville Road,
Ortonville, MI 48462
(located at the back of the Brandon Middle School Facility)
The I-TEC Center is a dedicated district-use facility designed to foster 21st-century learning for the school community. Within this dedicated space for collaboration, teachers benefit from the opportunity to be a part of a community of learners immersed in the learn lab and best practice as it relates to student engagement through technology and teamwork. Students also benefit from the opportunity to have a place to learn in a non-traditional setting fostering collaborative conversation and extended day learning. Community members are given the opportunity to experience 21st century learning through community education outreach.