Golden Gate University                         Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign   02.11.13
Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign                                                      Agenda       I. Introduction       ...
Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign                                                      I. Introductionproprietary and confi...
Classroom Design                                                                                         Key Elements     ...
Classroom Design                                                                             Key Elements        Key Outco...
Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign                                                      II. Classroom Designproprietary and...
Classroom Design                                                      Best Practices        Best Practices - GGU          ...
Design Guidelines                                                   21ST CENTURY CLASSROOMS  Classroom Design             ...
Classroom Design                                                      Design Components        Design Components         •...
Classroom Design                                                                     Furniture            Furniture       ...
Classroom Design                                                      Storage            Storage        •   Casework      ...
Classroom Design                                                                                        Technology        ...
Classroom Design                                                                                             Utilities    ...
Classroom Design                                                              Hallways & Adjacencies         Hallways & Ad...
Classroom Design                                                                                                 Materials...
Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign                                                      III. Next Stepsproprietary and confi...
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  1. 1. Golden Gate University Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign 02.11.13
  2. 2. Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign Agenda I. Introduction II. Classroom Design • Furniture • Storage • Technology • Utilities • Circulation • Materials III. Next Stepsproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 2
  3. 3. Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign I. Introductionproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 3
  4. 4. Classroom Design Key Elements Key Elements I. Classrooms belong to the University, not a specific school or group. As such, they should have a standard level of performance and quality. II. Classroom design should be forward-thinking and support the University’s pedagogical stance towards practice-ready education. III. All design elements should be mindful of the original architecture of the building at 536 Mission Street, and help support the Brutalist aesthetic.proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 4
  5. 5. Classroom Design Key Elements Key Outcomes for Today What are the essential components of a classroom at Golden Gate University? What are some of the components that are not essential but good to have? What do we want in some rooms that can be modular/mobile, and possibly moved from room to room?proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 5
  6. 6. Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign II. Classroom Designproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 6
  7. 7. Classroom Design Best Practices Best Practices - GGU • 3214 (1,539 SF, tiered) • 3208 (1,307 SF, tiered) • 3201 (1,589 SF) • 3205 (513 SF)proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 7
  8. 8. Design Guidelines 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOMS Classroom Design Best Practices 21st Century Classroom Components Illustrative Example Best Practices - OUSD Design Running Water Large-Capacity, Multi-Use Conduits Guidelines T Acoustic Tiles Transparent Entrance F Speakers and District-wide Classroom Design A Distributed Sound Mounts for Teaching Permanent & Wall Surfaces Guidelines for Oakland Unified R Secure Storage (Cabinets or School District. D Closets) Network Access Teacher Station Portable Storage Adequate Re-configureable Power Furniture Intercom/Phone & Wiring Artificial Lighting Controls Classrooms must be at least 960 SF, as per the Title 5 California Code of Regulations. Rooms larger than 1,000 SF require two exits. Refer to http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/fa/sf/title5regs.asp and the Educational Specifications for further information about minimum specifications of performance.proprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 Oakland Unified School District Design Guidelines 6 8
  9. 9. Classroom Design Design Components Design Components • Furniture • Storage • Technology • Utilities • Circulation • Materialsproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 9
  10. 10. Classroom Design Furniture Furniture • Desks • Moveable • Reconfigurable for lecture and small group work • Narrower • No modesty panels to allow for group work • Desks with built-in outlets • Chairs • Moveable • Comfortable chairs • Soft covering, adjustable up and down, arm rests • Teacher’s Podium • Moveable • Side Table • Moveable • For demonstration itemsproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 10
  11. 11. Classroom Design Storage Storage • Casework • Closets • Mobile Storageproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 11
  12. 12. Classroom Design Technology Technology • Computer (w/ wireless mouse) • Storage • Multiple USB ports • Permanent • Projector • Portable • Mounting? • Phone • Document Camera • Video-conferencing tool • DVD Player • Large Clock • Placement? • Recycling, Trash, & Compost • Whiteboard • On every wall • Blackboard • Keep or remove? Specialty rooms with blackboards? • “Too hard to read” • Smartboard • Consider evolving technologies.. • Printer • Wirelessproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 12
  13. 13. Classroom Design Utilities Utilities • Network Access • Replicate treatment used for • All classrooms should have GGU Center Room 6211 strong network access • Artificial • Classrooms should be WIFI • Provide good light conducive enabled to learning (white light) • Power & Wiring • Standardize fixtures with • All classrooms should have a existing - use 6-West as a sufficient amount of outlets (one precedent • Dim and zone controls per seat) • Ground outlets? • Acoustics • Wall outlets? • Distributed sound • Classrooms should have a • Speakers? sufficient number of USB ports • Climate • Lighting • HVAC • Natural • Adjustable temperature? • Provide windows where • AC blows in “one place” possible • Water • Windows should have shades • Water fountain to reduce glare and overheatingproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 13
  14. 14. Classroom Design Hallways & Adjacencies Hallways & Adjacencies • Doors & Entryways • Secure, lockable • Standardized (Color, style, hardware, etc.) • View panel in/next to door • Storage Rooms • Bulletin Board • Outside door of classroom • Show classroom availability and schedule • Post announcementsproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 14
  15. 15. Classroom Design Materials Materials • Walls • “because of allergies” • Support acoustics • Hallways • Clean/refurbish/replace existing • Cork flooring - use 5th Floor fabric on walls Elevator Lobby as precedent • Wainscot protection? • Light, calming wall colors • Ceiling • HVAC • Flooring • Ceiling conduits for electrical • Classrooms • Acoustic panels? • Standardize with existing • Aesthetic paneling? rooms • Exposed ducts are “ugly” • General Classrooms - use 3-West rooms as • Art/Photos precedents • 5th Floor Auditorium - use 6-West rooms as precedents • Hard material, not carpetingproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 15
  16. 16. Phasing 7A-7D: Classroom Redesign III. Next Stepsproprietary and confidentialGolden Gate University SF Remodel Project Phase 7-9 16
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