Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Outstanding School Buildings Oecd Bfe Mena 2011

710

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
710
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • … .not only some of the best educational buildings…
  • … but also developments in the design of educational spaces……
  • … .. to inform those who set the policy agendas to show what they can achieve to meet contemporary education needs. To stimulate educators, school leaders and others involved in education to show how they can use spaces in different ways to maximise their potential both to support teaching and learning. To inspire designers in how they can design spaces to meet the needs of education.
  • The Compendium presents examples from pre-primary through to higher education
  • Modern Education and Training Institute , Rudrapur village , Bangladesh Completed in 2006. Architect: Anna Heringer, Eike Roswag based in Germany The entire budget for the school construction remained within the village and the direct surrounding: the building materials earth and bamboo were all local as well as the construction workers. The construction workers were all day-labourers from the village Rudrapur. During the construction process they were trained in improved earth- and bamboo construction techniques. The building techniques were chosen in order to be able to be replicated by the local people and in order to have a positive effect on the existing, poor housing situations.
  • Transcript

    • 1. Outstanding School Buildings: An International Perspective Alastair Blyth, Analyst OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments “ Building Future Education ” MENA 2011 25-26 October 2011 Abu Dhabi
    • 2. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD): 34 Member Countries OECD member countries Countries invited to open talks on potential membership Countries to which OECD is offering enhanced engagement
    • 3. Mission: To assist members in improving the educational and operational effectiveness of their educational infrastructure
    • 4. CELE Membership 14 Associate Participants includes regions and states 12 OECD Member Countries
    • 5.
      • In OECD countries alone, more than
      • € 200 billion
      • spent on educational facilities each year.
    • 6. Needs of today (known) Needs of tomorrow (uncertain) What do we expect of our educational buildings?
    • 7. Support learning process Tool for learning What do we expect of our educational buildings?
    • 8. Stimulate Inspire What do we expect of our educational buildings?
    • 9. Support lifelong education for all Inclusive NOT exclusive What do we expect of our educational buildings?
    • 10. Value for money Minimise operational costs What do we expect of our educational buildings?
    • 11. The Compendium… 1 st Edition: 1996 2 nd Edition: 2001 3 rd Edition: 2006
    • 12. 60 outstanding educational buildings from 28 countries selected by an international jury
    • 13. … some of the best educational buildings…
    • 14. … developments in educational spaces…
    • 15. … examples to inspire and stimulate…
    • 16. … from pre-primary to higher education
    • 17. Innovative design Fitness for purpose Sustainability
    • 18. Innovative design Inspires learning, Improves the quality of learning
    • 19. Outstanding Example : Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 Fuji Kindergarten, Tachikawa City, Tokyo Architects: Takaharu Tezuka and Yui Tezuka © Katsuhisa Kida/ FOTOTECA “ Good design starts with people! ”
    • 20.  
    • 21. Dandenong High School, Dandenong, Victoria, Australia Architect: Hayball Pty Ltd Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Müller Naumann
    • 22.  
    • 23.  
    • 24.  
    • 25. Fitness for purpose Support today’s needs Optimise investments Flexibility Community
    • 26. Marlowe Academy, Ramsgate, UK Architect: BDP Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © BDP/David Barbour
    • 27.  
    • 28. School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa, USA Architect: Steven Holl Architects © Andy Ryan Commendation: Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Andy Ryan
    • 29.  
    • 30.  
    • 31. School of Art and Art History, University of Iowa, USA
    • 32. Sustainability Sustainable systems Landscape
    • 33. Water Hall Primary School, Milton Keynes, UK Architect: Architecture MK Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Redshift Photography
    • 34.  
    • 35. West-Africa Secondary School, Dano, Burkina Faso Architect: Diébédo Francis Kéré © Andy Ryan Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
    • 36. West-Africa Secondary School, Dano, Burkina Faso Architect: Diébédo Francis Kéré Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk
    • 37. Modern Education and Training Institute, Bangladesh Architect: Anna Heringer, Eike Roswag Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Kurt Hoerbst
    • 38.  
    • 39. SOME EXAMPLES Some more….
    • 40. Tuomarila Daycare Center, Espoo, Finland Architect: Auer & Sandås architects Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Jussi Tiainen
    • 41. Kindergarten “Popular”,Agualva-Cacém, Portugal Architect: nbaa- nadir bonaccorso arquitectos © Andy Ryan Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © FG+SG Fotografia de Arquitectura
    • 42. Architect: Périphériques Architectes Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © Luc Boegly
    • 43. Liceo Aldea Educativa Rapa Nui, Easter Island Architects: Hugo Molina, Gloria Barros and Marceo Sarovi Designing for Education: Exemplary Educational Facilities 2011 © MINEDUC
    • 44. www.EdFacilitiesInvestment-db.org
    • 45. • Harnessing the expertise of local leaders from education, academic and business sectors to transform learning environments . • Using innovative pedagogies to transform learning environments. • Role of teacher training and professional development in challenging traditional methods of education delivery in conventional educational settings. • Strategies for successfully communicating change . http://congress.utu.fi /CELE2012 / A Recipe for Success 22 – 24 Feb 2012 Kaarina and Rauma, Finland
    • 46. Thank You! Alastair Blyth [email_address] www.oecd.org/edu/facilities

    ×