How Design Transformed a School, Episode 042
In this episode, Sam Aquillano, host of Design Museum Everywhere, is joined by DLR Group Principal Taryn Kinney, AIA, LEED AP, to learn how space can influence a student’s educational success. What are the different phases of learning? And how can space affect those phases?
Taryn brings her architecture background and education in Organizational Psychology to make the design of schools better for the student and the educator. Later in the show, they are joined by Phillip Nowlin, Principal at Canyon View High School, to learn how he and Taryn collaborated to make the design of Canyon View High School. Phillip describes the look, feel, and energy of Canyon View High School and how educators can use design to make a difference in learning.
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