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Circular roof lights and acoustic panels are integrated into the ceiling. ) Using students’ creativity We need to harness children’s own creativity to build child-centred schools. (Stephen Heppell, presenter) Student engagement is an important condition for learning. Designers can best engage and respond to students’ needs by listening to them, inspiring them and exposing them to new and diverse concepts and experiences. Involving students in the design phase will result in facilities that reﬂect their needs, desires and creative ideas.
Henry Park Primary School, Singapore © OECD 2006 Learner as ecologist. One of the key ideas for this new school was to transform the green area into a “Green Trail” of thematic gardens aimed at teaching students about the local ﬂora and fauna. Specialised outdoor learning areas — a water habitat, fern garden, cacti corner and butterﬂy garden — provide a rich, hands-on resource for teaching and learning. 42. National University of Singapore High School of Mathematics and Science, Singapore Learner as chemist.
37. High Tech High School, San Diego, United States Forging successful public-private partnerships. This small school, completed in 2000, represents a successful model of collaboration between education practitioners and business leaders. The school is founded on three design principles: personalisation, adult world connection and a common intellectual mission. It contains animation laboratories, state-of-the-art biochemistry and engineering laboratories, and ﬂexible classroom space, all connected to an advanced electronic infrastructure.