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LEED for Schools Certification in a 21st Century Learning Environment

  • 07 Aug 2014
  • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • I. Jerome & Rosemary Flance Early Learning Center, 1908 O'Fallon Street, St. Louis, MO 63106

Registration

  • Payment may be made online via PayPal or at the door via cash, check (payable to USGBC-Missouri Gateway) or credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover). Payments made via PayPal are non-refundable.
  • Payment may be made online via PayPal or at the door via cash, check (payable to USGBC-Missouri Gateway) or credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover). Payments made via PayPal are non-refundable.
  • Payment may be made online via PayPal or at the door via cash, check (payable to USGBC-Missouri Gateway) or credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover). Payments made via PayPal are non-refundable.

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In-Depth Seminar
LEED for Schools Certification in a 21st Century Learning Environment

Building sustainable schools creates a healthy environment in which students can learn. Many schools utilize the LEED for Schools rating system as a goal-setting and performance metric for sustainable schools. School designers will describe the challenging yet engaging process of LEED certification, requiring involvement from and heightened collaboration between designers, constructors, faculty and building owners/operators. Using a case study - one of the Department of Defense Education Activity’s (DoDEA’s) most recent 21st Century School designs, Barkley Elementary School, located at Ft. Campbell, KY - the presenter will examine what building features and management practices aid certification. The speaker will highlight LEED challenges and opportunities presented by traditional schools and this “21st Century School,” which features include nine adaptable learning neighborhoods which will allow for new pedagogies and multiple modalities of learning.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how the layout and design of an elementary school can facilitate sustainable design and LEED certification, comparing traditional and 21st Century learning environments/pedagogies.
     
  • Identify sustainable strategies, products, and management practices that can lead to LEED certification and also teach students to think “green.”
  • Assess the components and requirement of each level of LEED certification and discuss the coordination and cooperation necessary from designers, constructors, faculty and building owners/operators to achieve a desired LEED certification level. 

SPEAKERS
Denise Breunig, Woolpert
Nadja Turek, Woolpert

WHEN
August 7, 2014
3:00-5:00pm
Please also join us for an OPTIONAL TOUR OF THE FACILITY from 2:00 - 2:45 pm!

WHERE (New location puruing LEED certification)
I. Jerome & Rosemary Flance Early Learning Center
1908 O'Fallon Street, St. Louis, MO 63106

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FEE
$30/USGBC-MGC Members; $45/Non-members
SPECIAL RATE: $15/ School Representatives (Staff, Faculty, Admin)

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