“‘We think the facilities are pretty cutting-edge,’ said Dave Michaelman, the head of the school.” $122 million would revamp town schools Meaghan Wims; Journal Staff Writer 21 November 2007 © 2007 Providence Journal/Evening Bulletin. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All Rights Reserved. A consultant’s plan calls for that much to be spent over… Read more »
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Randy Fielding and Prakash Nair advocate an ergonomic, humanistic approach to the design of learning spaces
The Healthy Schools Campaign gives Randy Fielding and Prakash Nair’s article, A Comfortable Truth, the thumbs up. Read about it here.
The Cayman schools’ design team studied the local shapes, sounds and traditions for reflection in their world-leading designs
FNI worked with the Porirua College community to envision the spaces that would best support students for the 21st Century.
“I believe that the work we are undertaking to transform our education system is to produce students and young adults, allowing them to emerge more and more as empowered, self-positioned, motivated, capable individuals, able to hold their own in the global market place,“ — The Hon. Alden McLaughlin, Cayman Islands Minister for Education, Training, Employment,… Read more »
“With the major cost implications of the planned new facilities, it is essential that we seek world class advice and get it right. There is no second chance,” — The Hon. Alden McLaughlin, Cayman Islands Minister for Education, Training, Employment, Youth, Sports and Culture
INTERNATIONAL school design expert Prakash Nair met with students, staff and key community representatives in Kingston this month to discuss its $30 million new high school. Read more here: New ideas for old-school school
A discussion of knee-jerk and constructive responses to anti-social student behaviour, by Jeff Lackney and Christian Long. Read more here: designing healthy schools our children deserve
Jeff Lackney, Prakash Nair and Randy Fielding all mentioned in article on recently-developed and in-planning respectful spaces in Victorian high schools. Read about it here: Building Boon (The Age)