Published on September 11, 2014
Close your eyes. Tuesday, October 22, 13
JULIAN GERMAIN, CLASSROOM PORTRAITS 2004-2012 Tuesday, October 22, 13
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Why is there a dichotomy between our environments and our experiences? Tuesday, October 22, 13
How might we create new ecologies for living, learning, and healing? Tuesday, October 22, 13
Tuesday, October 22, 13
DISCOVERY ACTIVATION STRATEGY DESIGN Tuesday, October 22, 13
Develop deep empathy. Focus on feelings to understand the perspectives & stressors that impact a child’s world. Tuesday, October 22, 13
THE WELL CONFERENCE Vulnerable populations have decreased ability to articulate, control, & cope with stress. It is our responsibility to mitigate or eliminate environmental stresses by design. Stressors: cataclysmic events stressful life events daily stressors ambient stressors Tuesday, October 22, 13
"Research indicates that stress from a variety of sources — including crowded and chaotic home and classroom environments, for example, or problems with family or peers — impedes learning ...working to reduce inappropriate environmental stresses facing young children would not only improve their overall well being, but also improve their ability to learn in school.” James A. Griffin, Ph.D., of the Child Development and Behavior Branch at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Tuesday, October 22, 13
What factors affect a student’s life outside of school? Outside of the hospital? MALCOM X COLLEGE, CHICAGO Tuesday, October 22, 13
THE WELL CONFERENCE Tuesday, October 22, 13
Use new language. Shift your design from nouns to verbs and you can imagine new vocabularies of place. Tuesday, October 22, 13
“We’re going to have a baby.” “We’re going to have burping, messing, cooing, crawling discovering, spilling, learning, growing, crying, loving...” Tuesday, October 22, 13
retreat make believe dig GREELEY SCHOOL, CHICAGOLAND gather socialize chase leap bound stretch climb Tuesday, October 22, 13
Values to verbs to places Tuesday, October 22, 13
Design the in-between. Create more seamless experiences by designing interstitial environments that cultivate connection & enhance culture. Tuesday, October 22, 13
We’re both pretty bad at corridors. healing? learning? Tuesday, October 22, 13
The connective tissue of our institutions is broken. We inadvertently thwart our goals of security, connection, & efficiency. 47% the highest incidents of reported school bullying happened in hallways U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics 20-30% of our schools are dedicated to circulation THE WELL CONFERENCE Tuesday, October 22, 13
storytelling transitioning connecting waiting CHIARAVALLE MONTESSORI, EVANSTON Tuesday, October 22, 13
How might we make hallways more human? BOOKER T. WASHINGTON STEM ACADEMY CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS Tuesday, October 22, 13
Create safe spaces. Build ownership and a sense of personal space institutional & shared settings. Tuesday, October 22, 13
HUGA FORTS - STANFORD MASTER’S PROJECT TTT+ FELLOW: MICHAEL POPE Tuesday, October 22, 13
Children seek places for refuge & imagination. Fort building can be a formative childhood experience. By constructing and governing their own worlds, children gain an experience of control over their environment that few other activities afford. Tuesday, October 22, 13
“Child’s Cave” “Secret space” “Special place” “Nook” “Fort” “Treehouse” “Refuge” Researchers: Sobel, Chawla, Cobb, Clayton Resilience Coping Identity Self-discovery Tuesday, October 22, 13
Empower children’s agency. Design in moments for children to understand, learn, & do. Tuesday, October 22, 13
JERRY THE BEAR DESIGN FOR AMERICA Tuesday, October 22, 13
Let’s work together to design a new ecology for children and families to learn & be well. learning wellness Tuesday, October 22, 13
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