Planning/Tour of Blue Valley CAPS

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  • 1. BLUE VALLEYCenter for AdvancedProfessional Studies PLANNING + SPACE
  • 2. PROCESS 2009/2010: CONSTRUCTION 2007: Pre-engineering in all High Feasibility Study Schools while designing balance of CAPS strands Presented the idea of a “Center Based Program” Full immersion into (CBP) business classrooms 2011 Full2006: 2008: implementationCharge to Search for Exec. DirectorSuperintendent + starts (Donna Deeds starts Evolution andResearch April 1) sharing “Provide unique student Programming workshops NSBA Citationlearning opportunities that commencecurrently do not exist in Edison Awardthe school district”
  • 3. PROCESS Johnson Community College Survey
  • 4. The programmingworkshop processconsisted of four maincomponents• presentations made by the design team• presentations by industry professionals/partners• large group discussions• small group discussions and group reports
  • 5. CARL WUNSCHE NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FOMO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ENGINEERING DESIGN CENTERCART: CENTER FOR ADVANCEDRESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY OF IRVING
  • 6. People Processes Spaces Break out of school–look outwards.
  • 7. BVCAPS | Visioning• Create a CAPS Culture between five schools• Kids are the clients• Students can personalize their learning• One of the most innovative schools• Multiple-uses, flexibility• Spirit of innovation and discovery• Interdisciplinary• Collaborative teams, of students/adults• Prepare students for a global society• Symbol for the future• Community/professional involvement
  • 8. BVCAPS | Visual thinking
  • 9. Dream it. Prototype it.
  • 10. Group sketchesEngineering Bioscience Whole BuildingHuman Services Business
  • 11. Every decision we made had to answer the question...Does this look like a high school? Would you see this in a high school?If so, then we made a different decision.  Donna Deeds Executive Director
  • 12. Building Layout STRAND Learning Flexible Teaching Spaces Facilitators Innovation Area Atrium/Core/Café Innovation Area Learning Facilitators Flexible Teaching Spaces STRAND
  • 13. • State of the art strands• Interstitial Innovation Areas for collaboration and exhibition• Ubiquitous professional learning community• A visual identity• Sustainability that teaches
  • 14. BLUE VALLEYCenter for AdvancedProfessional Studies BUILDING TOUR
  • 15. GROUP TEACHER LAW LAB HUMAN EDUCATION LAB PERFORMANCE LAB SMALL HEALTH HEALTHInnovation Atrium GROUP SERVICES LAB SERVICES LABThis flexible space at the core of CAPS can be configured for presentations, charrettes, or HUMAN SERVICESeveryday collaboration. The centerpiece is the wood-clad staircase, behind which is a café. SECOND FLOOR ENGINEERING DIRTY LAB DIGITAL ELECTRIC TOUCH CAD LAB DOWN AREA LAB CNC LAB SMALL GROUP COLLABORATION AREA INNOVATION ATRIUM INNOVATION AREA MAIN ENTRY ADMINISTRATION GROUND FLOOR
  • 16. Forum spaces forpresentations oflearning andprojects to classand community.
  • 17. Transparency andopenness between strands, common spaces, and the community.
  • 18. The lines between work+play+learningare blurred, so CAPShas a café to fuel the casual creative collaboration between students and adults.
  • 19. GROUP TEACHER LAW LAB HUMAN EDUCATION LAB PERFORMANCE LAB SMALL HEALTH HEALTHInnovation/Collaboration Areas GROUP SERVICES LAB SERVICES LABAll corridors and ends of strands HUMAN SERVICES SECOND FLOOR ENGINEERING DIRTY LAB DIGITAL ELECTRIC TOUCH CAD LAB DOWN AREA LAB CNC LAB SMALL GROUP COLLABORATION AREA INNOVATION ATRIUM INNOVATION AREA MAIN ENTRY ADMINISTRATION GROUND FLOOR
  • 20. Touchdownspaces andmeeting rooms oneach floor havebeen used foranything fromcurriculumplanning to astudent-runarchitecture firm.
  • 21. GROUP TEACHER LAW LAB HUMAN EDUCATION LAB PERFORMANCE LAB SMALL HEALTH HEALTHEngineering Lab GROUP SERVICES LAB SERVICES LABAn integrated engineering and design lab that evolves from design to creation. HUMAN SERVICESAn industry partner team advised all equipment selection/layout. SECOND FLOOR ENGINEERING DIRTY LAB DIGITAL ELECTRIC TOUCH CAD LAB DOWN AREA LAB CNC LAB SMALL GROUP COLLABORATION AREA INNOVATION ATRIUM ENGINEERING INNOVATION AREA MAIN ENTRY COURT ADMINISTRATION GROUND FLOOR
  • 22. Human Services/Shelled Space (Future Accelerator) BUSINESS THIRD FLOORThe second floor houses the human services program, including a human performance lab withprofessional level technology. SHELL SPACE INNOVATION AREA SMALL GROUP TEACHER LAW LAB HUMAN EDUCATION LAB PERFORMANCE LAB SMALL HEALTH HEALTH GROUP SERVICES LAB SERVICES LAB HUMAN SERVICES SECOND FLOOR ENGINEERING DIRTY LAB DIGITAL ELECTRIC TOUCH CAD LAB DOWN AREA LAB CNC LAB SMALL GROUP
  • 23. SOLUTIONS LAB BUSINESS DESIGN LAB PATIO FILMMAKING LAB SMALL LAB GROUPFuture Accelerator (Shell Space)Shelled space was left for the evolving program to inform. By 2012, it will be a business BUSINESSaccelerator and set the stage for interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation at CAPS. THIRD FLOOR SHELL SPACE INNOVATION AREA SMALL GROUP TEACHER LAW LAB HUMAN EDUCATION LAB PERFORMANCE LAB SMALL HEALTH HEALTH GROUP SERVICES LAB SERVICES LAB HUMAN SERVICES SECOND FLOOR ENGINEERING DIRTY LAB DIGITAL ELECTRIC TOUCH CAD LAB DOWN AREA LAB
  • 24. BLUE VALLEYCenter for AdvancedProfessional Studies LAUNCHING AN ACCELERATOR
  • 25. Planning an AcceleratorTom Stat from the Edison Awards led a collaborative visioning charrette for the new accelerator.
  • 26. Accelerator entranceEarly Accelerator SketchesDiversity of spaces and transparency to thecore of the building/Innovation Atrium. Accelerator entrance
  • 27. Bioscience/Business BIOSCIENCE TOUCH DOWN AREA BIOSCIENCE LAB BIOSCIENCE BIOSCIENCE RESEARCH LAB RESEARCH LAB SMALL GROUP INNOVATION AREA SMALL GROUP TECHNOLOGY INTERACTIVE SOLUTIONS LAB BUSINESS DESIGN LAB PATIO FILMMAKING LAB SMALL LAB GROUP BUSINESS THIRD FLOOR SHELL SPACE
  • 28. Technology andspace to supportglobal connectivity +collaboration inpreparation for theglobal economy.
  • 29. Goal: LEED Gold• Stormwater Mgmt.• Rainwater collection used for irrigation• Reduced Heat Island• Water-efficient Landscaping• Rain Gardens• Optimized Energy Performance• Recycled, Locally-sourced Materials• Underfloor Air - IAQ Performance• CO2 Monitoring• Low Emitting Materials• Thermal Comfort• Daylighting and Views• School as Teaching Tool