EDsession Program & Schedule
Programming for a Healthy Future: Two School Districts’ Path to Equitable Learning
Abby Dacey, Mahlum Architects
Kurt Schultz, Lakeridge Middle School
Taine Wilton, Edmonds School District
Corrie Rosen, Mahlum Architects Inc.
Wednesday, November 3
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
This session will explore the distinct spatial solutions two school districts developed for healthy learning environments. Lakeridge Middle School asked how might we support every learning experience to be interactive, creative, and adaptable? Instead of a few specially equipped STEAM rooms, the entire design of the school is centered on paired rooms that support varying group sizes and tools to transform any learning experience. Madrona K-8 asked: how can we center outdoor learning and support variety in collaborative learning? The 2,400 square foot spaces have operable, transparent walls, nooks for small group activities, and direct access to outdoor learning areas. (GBCI Course# 920024411)
Learning Objective 1:
Discover programming tools to inform a building design solution centered around teaching and learning activities rather than traditional metrics.
Learning Objective 2:
Hear a principal, capital projects director, and architect explain how programming impacted classroom design and professional development for staff.
Learning Objective 3:
Learn to articulate ways to equitably support the learning center and identify resources and tools, including appropriate acoustics and daylighting.
Learning Objective 4:
Consider how natural ventilation, air filtration, sinks, moveable walls, and inclusive restrooms facilitate the adjustment to a post-Covid world.
AIA LU/HSW, GBCI, IDCEC
Programming for a Healthy Futurepdf (13.56 MB)
Lakeridge Middle School
Edmonds School District
Mahlum Architects Inc.