The idea that our physical environment has the capacity to shape us, and therefore, that a building has the ability to powerfully influence its users is one of the main tenets of architecture and design.
Throughout this module our aim has been to educate and empower you, the designer, to improve the.
Teachers are at the forefront of education innovation and pedagogy. They are cognizant of the physical environments’ ability to ‘make or break’ creativity and stifle learning. It is the role of the architect to create the physical learning space that assists educators and provides an environment that strengthens growth and learning.
Ms Abbey Boyer is an experienced educator with a passion for innovation and research.
Abbey has worked as a Director of Learning and Teaching, a Professional Learning Coordinator. She has experience teaching in both Primary and Secondary settings as well as lecturing at Melbourne University.
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|Who May Benefit from this Module||
This CPD module maybe of interest to architects and specifiers working in commercial, public or education design environments and seeking more clarification around washrooms related concerns.
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