Construction Continues at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School

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Steel exterior of the school is now being added to the second story. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School is starting to take shape! Once complete, this school will consist of 15 learning studios, 3 learning commons, 1 media common, a gymnasium and other administrative and breakout spaces. The school will accommodate 363 students with… Read more »

Mâmawêyatitân Centre: Let’s all be together

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Originally known as the North-Central Shared Facility, this facility is in construction, and has been renamed by the community as the Mâmawêyatitân Centre, Excerpt from an article in the Leader Post: The steel and concrete shell in the heart of the north-central neighbourhood shows the long-awaited Mâmawêyatitân Centre  — formerly known simply as the North-Central… Read more »

Hillel Day School of Metro Detroit Wins 3D Carver

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By the end of the decade Inventables wants a 3D carver in every school in the USA. To kickstart the project they have committed to President Obama and the White Houseto donate a 3D carver to a school in every state. This year, they launched a contest aimed at identifying schools committed to creating more opportunities for their… Read more »

Maker Movement Leader Dr. Gary Stager Visits The Steward School

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Gary Stager is a Fielding Education Consultant and a global leader of the Maker movement.  He specializes in helping schools develop an innovation curriculum centered around hands on science, technology, engineering and math projects. Watch the video here.

AHN opens to new ‘collaborative learning’ environment

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By Sheila Mullane Estrada, Times Correspondent, Monday, August 28, 2017 10:49am TAMPA — Middle schoolers at the Academy of the Holy Names greeted their newly renovated classrooms with excitement Wednesday morning. They were about to begin a new adventure in learning, the result of years of planning and millions of dollars spent to completely update their… Read more »


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We are delighted to announce that a project on which we served as the Design Architect, Fisher STEAM Middle School, is the winner of the MacConnell Award for 2015. This is the highest honor worldwide for School Planning and Design and only goes to one project in an extremely competitive process that features school projects… Read more »

Randall Fielding Was a Featured Speaker at the SCUP Conference in Des Moines

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“I recently attended a conference for the Society for College and University Planning where Randall’s keynote presentation was about the architectural design of future learning spaces.  He presented several international projects whose designs anticipated the evolving pedagogies of student engagement, collaboration, and individualization.  It was inspiring to visualize the future of education through the design… Read more »

Randy Fielding a Featured Speaker at the Hawaii Schools of the Future Conference

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Honolulu, November 6 and 7, 2014   Session Title: Constructing Learning, Constructing Learning Spaces   This interactive presentation and workshop takes people through a series of activities to construct understanding about what learning is and how it happens, then segues into designing spaces/ future schools where that kind of learning can be supported. Concrete examples… Read more »

Article: From “Cells and Bells” to Learning Communities

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The United States has more than $2 trillion of net worth tied up in its school facilities, making it the country’s single largest educational investment. The average age of schools in most districts across the nation is between 30 and 50 years. On top of increasing routine maintenance expenses that total many hundreds of millions… Read more »