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Moving Design IV: Outdoor Learning Environments

Creating healthy landscapes that connect classroom learning with natural play environments is a growing movement in schoolyards across the world...Connect healthy learning opportunities with healthy outdoor environments 3

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Focus Search - In this section, the guidelines are grouped in two sub-categories: 2.1 2.2 2.3 Environment and society Skills for analyzing and investigating environmental issues Decision-making and citizenship skills Strand 1: Questioning, Analysis and Interpretation Skills An important component of environmental literacy is understanding the processes and systems that comprise the environment, including human social systems and influences

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Outdoor Learning Environments Handout (CAE Free Webinar)

Description: This session looks at the cultivation of outdoor classrooms as essential to 21st century education. Architects, garden educators and researchers will provide insights, objectives, and practical steps for envisioning, planning and constructing successful outdoor learning experiences...

Handout CAE Cultivating Outdoor Classrooms.pdf

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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 transformed how today’s leader’s work and how tomorrow’s leaders will learn

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 educational program through responsive and responsible programming, planning, and the design of learning environments. In other words, understanding the learning environment beyond the aesthetic where the function and surrounding regional and community context are valued as part of a participatory planning and design process