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L'escola del futur

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  • 1. There's a dark little joke exchanged by educators with a dissident streak:
  • 2. Rip Van Winkle awakens in the 21st century after a hundred-year snooze and is, of course, utterly bewildered by what he sees.
  • 3. Men and women dash about, talking to small metal devices pinned to their ears. Young people sit at home on sofas, moving miniature athletes around on electronic screens.
  • 4. Older folk defy death and disability with metronomes in their chests and with hips made of metal and plastic. Airports, hospitals, shopping malls--every place Rip goes just baffles him.
  • 5. But when he finally walks into a schoolroom, the old man knows exactly where he is. "This is a school," he declares. "We used to have these back in 1907. Only now the blackboards are white."
  • 6. Milton-Freewater, let’s have a discussion about the future of our schools…
  • 7. How can we design schools for a future that we can’t possibly predict? Image: MattandBekah.com
  • 8. media centers? School: Cass Technical High School, Detroit Image: DesignShare.com
  • 9. music rooms? School: Celentano Museum Academy, New Haven, Connecticut Image: DesignShare.com
  • 10. social areas? School: High Tech High International, San Diego, California Image: DesignShare.com
  • 11. outdoor classrooms? School: Three Mile Creek Elementary, Perry, Utah Image: DesignShare.com
  • 12. open ceilings? School: Celentano Museum Academy, New Haven, Connecticut Image: DesignShare.com
  • 13. green spaces indoors? School: Universidad de Monterrey: Preparatoia Unidad Valle Alto, Monterrey, N.L., Mexico Image: DesignShare.com
  • 14. creative architecture? School: Georgetown South Child Development and Community Center, Manassas, Virginia Image: DesignShare.com
  • 15. early childhood education? School: Georgetown South Child Development and Community Center, Manassas, Virginia Image: DesignShare.com
  • 16. no chairs? Image: DesignShare.com
  • 17. auditoriums? School: New Saline High School, Saline Michigan Image: DesignShare.com
  • 18. colors? School: Stittsville Public School, Stittsville, Ontario, Canada Image: DesignShare.com
  • 19. computer labs? School: Estrella Mountain Community College, Avondale, Arizona Image: DesignShare.com
  • 20. balconies? School: Gwinnett University Center, Lawrencevilla, Georgia Image: DesignShare.com
  • 21. display cases? School: Kennewick Elementary School Kennebunk, Maine Image: DesignShare.com
  • 22. cave seating? School: St. Stephen’s School, Algester, Queensland, Australia Image: DesignShare.com
  • 23. round buildings? School: Gwinnett University Center, Lawrenceville, Georgia Image: DesignShare.com
  • 24. facilities open to the public? School: Little Village Lawndale High School, Chicago Image: DesignShare.com
  • 25. galleries for student work? School: Galef Center for Fine Arts Los Angeles, California Image: DesignShare.com
  • 26. flexible furniture? School: Estrella Mountain Community College, Avondale, Arizona Image: DesignShare.com
  • 27. small group meeting spaces? School: Cary Grove High School, Cary, Illinois Image: DesignShare.com
  • 28. hallways as classroom spaces? School: Pistorius-Schule, Herbrechtingen, Germany Image: DesignShare.com
  • 29. buildings on a hill? School: Hachoresch Elementary School, Zirchron Ya’acov, Israel Image: DesignShare.com
  • 30. learning centers? School: Three Mile Creek Elementary, Perry, Utah Image: DesignShare.com
  • 31. lobbies? School: West Haven Elementary School, West Haven, Utah Image: DesignShare.com
  • 32. multipurpose rooms? School: West Haven Elementary School, West Haven, Utah Image: DesignShare.com
  • 33. alternative sports? School: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Image: DesignShare.com
  • 34. courtyards? School: La Cañada High School, California Image: DesignShare.com
  • 35. non-traditional angles? School: Perspectives Charter School, Chicago Image: DesignShare.com
  • 36. glass walls? School: Nus High School of Mathematics and Science, Singapore Image: DesignShare.com
  • 37. outdoor study areas? School: Chung Cheng High School, Singapore Image: DesignShare.com
  • 38. modern playgrounds? School: Suzhou Singapore International School, Suzhou, China Image: DesignShare.com
  • 39. rooftops? School: Gwinnett University Center, Georgia Image: DesignShare.com
  • 40. production studios? School: Cambridge Media Arts School, Cambridge, Massachutsetts Image: DesignShare.com
  • 41. collaboration areas? School: Alpine Prototype Middle School, Alpine/Lehi, Utah Image: DesignShare.com
  • 42. skylights? School: Reim Elementary School, Israel Image: DesignShare.com
  • 43. faculty work areas? School: Estrella Mountain Community College, Avondale, Arizona Image: DesignShare.com
  • 44. classrooms on wheels? Image: DesignShare.com
  • 45. exposed architecture? School: Pistorius-Schule, Herbrechtingen, Germany Image: DesignShare.com
  • 46. greenhouses? School: IslandWood: A School in the Woods Bainbridge Island, Washington Image: DesignShare.com
  • 47. incorporating old growth? School: Paschalisschool, The Hague, Netherlands Image: DesignShare.com
  • 48. indoor play structures? School: Spruce Street Nursery School, Boston Image: DesignShare.com
  • 49. cultural learning spaces? School: Bronx Charter School for the Arts Image: DesignShare.com
  • 50. life-skills areas? School: Spruce Street Nursery School, Boston Image: DesignShare.com
  • 51. fitness centers? School: Cass Technical High School, Detroit Image: DesignShare.com
  • 52. outdoor amphitheaters? School: Nan Hua Secondary School Singapore Image: DesignShare.com
  • 53. playgrounds as learning tools? School: PS 40 M and PS 33 M, Long Island City, New York Image: DesignShare.com
  • 54. reading rooms? School: PS1/Bergen School, New York, New York Image: DesignShare.com
  • 55. reception desks? School: Keane Children’s Center/Charlestown Boys & Girls Club Charlestown, Massachusetts Image: DesignShare.com
  • 56. buildings as educational tools? School: Warren Skaaren Environmental Learning Center at Westcave Preserve Dripping Springs, Texas Image: DesignShare.com
  • 57. science labs? School: Romeo Engineering & Technology Center Romeo, Michigan Image: DesignShare.com
  • 58. solar panels? School: Heritage Middle School, Wake Forest, North Carolina Image: DesignShare.com
  • 59. sports fields? School: Oakwell Park, Napoleon, Ohio Image: NapoleonOhio.cc
  • 60. technology in the hallways? School: Hackberry Elementary School, Frisco, Texas Image: DesignShare.com
  • 61. activity spaces? School: PS1/Bergen School, New York, New York Image: DesignShare.com
  • 62. ecology areas? School: Missouri Dept of Conservation Discovery Center Kansas City, Missouri Image: DesignShare.com
  • 63. conference rooms? School: High Tech High International, San Diego, California Image: DesignShare.com
  • 64. “ We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” -Gandhi
  • 65. Pictures © DesignShare.com Music © James Horner, Braveheart Presentation Matt Horne
  • 66. be the change…

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