Saul Chernos is writing a story for Education Today magazine, published by the Ontario Public School Board Association about schools using the built environment to support student learning.
He would like to hear from practices and/or members at the forefront of this kind of work, either designing actual classroom and educational settings, or doing research in this field.
Key story areas:
- explore how the physicality of classrooms and schools is being shaped to help students learn and work;
- architecture and furniture that accomplishes the same end;
- addressing accessibility, how furniture and space is being designed for students with disabilities.
He would like to complete telephone interviews the first two weeks of February. If interested, contact: Saul Chernos