Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School will feature six learning communities of about 125 students, with eight different instructional spaces for each learning community. The instructional program will encompass the four traditional areas of STEM-based curriculum: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The arts and design, a strong focus of the Greenville community, will be the fifth area, putting the STEAM into STEM, and establishing what may be the nation’s first STEAM middle school.
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Two new public elementary schools in Medford Oregon have been designed by Fielding for 21st century learning. The central school commons and the learning community model promote the plurality of learning modalities students need to succeed in our global community.
In partnership with Fielding, Poughkeepsie Day School took four classrooms and a corridor and created a contemporary learning space for the middle school in the summer of 2012.
Randy Fielding is taking architecture back to school.
The American Institute of Architects had a symposium in late September 2006 to improve the quality of schools in Charlotte. Randy is interviewed along with Harvey Gantt, former Charlotte Mayor.
Randy was the keynote speaker at the Manitoba Association of School Superintendents Conference in November, 2015. This video captures portions of Randy’s three sessions as he leads the audience through a discovery process about student-centered learning and the spaces that support it.