Chapter Lunch & Learn
March 4, 2021
12:00 Noon to 1:30 pm Pacific
Learning Units: 1.5 Core
Sarah Bjornson, Architect AIBC
Diana Studer, Intern Architect AIBC
COLOUR Your World
A discussion about how we perceive colour, how it impacts us, affects our mood, well-being and even our ability to learn. We will explore how these impacts change as we age. We will consider how to intentionally apply colour to various spaces as we design learning environments.
- What is colour
- How do we perceive colour and how does it affect us?
- What are the impacts of each colour on our cognitive,
psychological and physiological health and well being?
- How do gradients of hue and shade impact the effect colour
has on us?
- How does colour impact our learning?
- How does the way colour impact us change as we age?
- How to intentionally apply colour to various spaces and
environments in the design of learning environments
Free to Attend
MUST RSVP by March 3, 2021 at 5:00 pm Pacific to get Zoom link
2020 Annual Grant Winners
The British Columbia Chapter announces the 2020 winners of the annual grant. Congratulations to the winners! We thank all those that took the time to enter.
1st Place ($5,000): Ripple Rock Elementary
Campbell River SD#72
Story Telling Lab
2nd Place ($2,500): Ferris Elementary
3rd Place ($1,000): Queensbury Elementary
North Vancouver SD#44
Collaborative Learning Space Refresh
A4LE and PNW Leaders feel it is not prudent to hold this event in April 2021. We are currently working with the hotel to re-schedule.
Heroes Within Us
525 Southwest Morrison Street
Portland, OR 97204
for more information and to register for the conference.
Call for Heroes!
The Heroes within us theme of the PNW 2020 conference will highlight regional Hero stories from each Chapter. We invite you to submit individuals or groups who have done something extraordinary and made a difference in improving places where children learn. We are looking for Heroes in our schools, students, teachers, administrators, board members, parents, community members, AEC professionals, trades and product representatives. The 2020 conference will celebrate the advancement of education by the effort of many diverse people. Heroes will be featured on the web site and at the conference with social media and displays.
Click here to submit your Hero Today!