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  • 1. OAKLAND UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT DESIGN GUIDELINES21st Century Classrooms Design Guidelines Kick-Off 10/30/12
  • 2. Kick-Off Meeting21st Century Classroom Design Guidelines Working Group Introduction Design Guidelines + Ed Specs Guiding Principles and Boundaries Example: A Philosophical Approach - Georgia Institute of Technology’s Five Basic Principles of Classroom Design Analysis: La Escuelita, Room A-139 Visioning Exercise Next Steps Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 2
  • 3. Design Guidelines + Ed SpecsFull Service Community District Define the key facility requirements 21st Feedback and adjustments Century for classrooms that support evolving Class- pedagogies and technologies. Rooms Educators, Design Administrators Ensure that STEM facilities support Guidelines and Parents STEM hands-on project based learning. •Topic based Support new vision for food and •Graphical Facilities gardens to support teaching and Kitchens + Gardens •Easy-to- learning understand Master Plan Enable school sites to effectively share facilities between community partners (e.g. Shared State of Use health clinics) or multiple schools. California Address the specific requirements of Ed Specs High high school programs, including Schools Career Tech, Linked Learning, etc... •Grade-level based Quantify and evaluate the impacts of •Technical Trans- various site transformations to inform formations •Meets CA Architects, decision making at the district level. requirements Landscape Architects, Planners Baseline Ed Specs Material Standards Facilities, Buildings + Grounds, •Material type- Contractors Custodial Services, and SGI based and Builders Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 3
  • 4. Guiding Principles and Boundaries21st Century Classrooms GUIDING PRINCIPLES Classroom updates support teaching and learning Facilities align with curricular and pedagogical development (Common Core) Capability to support evolving uses of technology BOUNDARIES Focus on general-purpose classrooms Unit of analysis is the classroom Goal of this group is not to figure out how to implement programs, but to prepare facilities to enable them Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 4
  • 5. GIT’s 5 Basic Principles of Classroom DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology1. Classrooms should facilitate student engagement2. Classrooms should facilitate student collaboration3. Classrooms should facilitate connections between teachers & students4. Classrooms should incorporate appropriate technology5. Classrooms should have flexible physical arrangement Thanks to Caleb Cheung, Science Manager OUSD Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 5
  • 6. GIT’s 5 Basic Principles of Classroom DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology1. Classrooms should facilitate student engagement Node Chair by Steelcase Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 6
  • 7. GIT’s 5 Basic Principles of Classroom DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology2. Classrooms should facilitate student collaboration Harbor City School Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 7
  • 8. GIT’s 5 Basic Principles of Classroom DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology3. Classrooms should facilitate connections between teachers & students vs Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 8
  • 9. GIT’s 5 Basic Principles of Classroom DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology4. Classrooms should incorporate appropriate technology i21 San Diego Unified Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 9
  • 10. GIT’s 5 Basic Principles of Classroom DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology5. Classrooms should have flexible physical arrangement Flexible Classroom - University of Dayton Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 10
  • 11. La Escuelita Elementary SchoolAnalysis Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 11
  • 12. La Escuelita Elementary SchoolAnalysisDoes this classroom fit GIT’s 5 Principles of Classroom Design? Yes. How so? No. Why not? Other 1. Facilitate Student Engagement 2. Facilitate Student Collaboration 3. Facilitate Connections between Teachers and Students 4. Incorporate Appropriate Technology 5. Flexible Physical Arrangement Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 12
  • 13. Visioning Exercise Successes in 2017 Actions in 2015 First Steps in 2012 Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 13
  • 14. Next Steps21st Century Classrooms Website Stay tuned: we will be creating a website for updates and resources on the 21st Century Classroom working group, as well as the other working groups One-on-one Meetings MKThink will conduct one-on-one meetings with members of this group, as well as other interested members of the OUSD community Next Working Group Meeting - 12/4/12 Tuesday, 12/4/12 3:30 - 5:00 PM Location TBD Presentation of Draft Design Guidelines Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 14