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Designing for Low Vision

Since 2011, a Rothschild Foundation Task Force has been working with the National Institute for Building Sciences to develop a set of low vision standards for the design and operational procedures for new and existing buildings in the U.S. These new guidelines will be submitted for adoption by the International Code Council (ICC) for the 2018 edition of the International Building Code (IBC)

DFA Breakfast 2017 - NIBS Low Vision Committee.pptx

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21st Century Learning Environments, Everyone’s Talking About It But What Is It Really Handout

This webinar will demonstrate how 21st Century Learning is taking place through case studies of new creative and invigorating learn work environments. These case studies are not hypothetical unachievable futuristic ideals, but rather recently designed and implemented environments that will...

2014 AIA CAE 21st Century_MASTER2.pdf

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2013 AIA-CAE Design Awards Webinar

The AIA CAE 2013 Educational Facility Design Awards Webinar will share concepts about educational facility planning and design with CAE members as well as others interested in the design of learning environments. The webinar will share ideas that exhibit innovation and excellence of the client's...


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Outdoor Learning Environments - Moving Design V: The Art of Play

Description: 21st Century Learning Environments blur the boundary between fun, play, wonder and information access. Melding examples from the past and present, this webinar looks at playgrounds as valued cultural activity centers and unique destinations that challenge children’s curiosity. ...

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Moving Design IV: Outdoor Learning Environments

Architects, outdoor classroom educators, garden educators and environmental design, garden outdoor classroom educators and researchers will provide insights, objectives, and practical steps for envisioning, planning and constructing successful outdoor learning experiences

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Focus Search - 12/31/12 - Copyright 2012 + NAAEE Standards Personal and Civic Responsibility 2.4 3.1 3.2 4 Strand 3: Skills for Understanding and Addressing Environmental Issues Strand 4: Personal and Civic Responsibility Environmentally literate citizens are willing and able to act on their own conclusions about what should be done to ensure environmental quality. As learners develop and apply concept based learning and skills for inquiry, analysis, and action, they also understand that what they do individually and in groups can make a difference