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9 Design Questions that Set the Stage for Creativity
9 Design Questions that Set the Stage for Creativity
Date: 05/04/2022
Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

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What if we started with the answers that we all agreed upon? What if there was a common language between school and architects and designer? This session focuses on a set of central agreements that should allow future spaces to provide a deeper, lasting impact on teaching and learning. Starting with these foundational ideas allow for great creativity, strong connection to community and a process that all can enjoy. Join us for this active session with tips and resources that all can use for greater communication.

Participants will leave with a fresh perspective and deeper toolbox on how to engage with educators, leaders, and the community. This includes learning a new protocol for development common agreements and growing the efficiency of the design process.

Dr. Robert Dillon
Addressing Public Health through Smart Purchasing
Addressing Public Health through Smart Purchasing
Date: 09/16/2020
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and others, climate change is the greatest threat to public health in the 21st century. Climate change also disproportionately affects communities of color and more vulnerable, less resilient communities.

What many do not know is that the biggest impact most organizations have on climate change is their purchasing decisions - especially when we consider how crucial the next 10 years are. These "embodied carbon emissions" from manufacturers' supply chains are directly influenced by their customers, including schools. Learn what you can do to develop a strategy to address this important, but unprioritized, opportunity for impact. For no increased cost, purchasing decisions can lead to better public health (and therefore student health) outcomes, better resource management, and a meaningful investment in creating a stable and healthy climate.

Lisa Conway, V.P. of Sustainability, Americas for Interface
Joey Shea
, Manager, Mission Activation, Interface
Breaking Down the Walls – Outdoor Learning Environments for COVID and Beyond
Breaking Down the Walls – Outdoor Learning Environments for COVID and Beyond
Date: 08/25/2021
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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Research has shown the benefits of nature to human well-being and learning but this knowledge rarely translates into the regular use of outdoor learning environments. While current events have forced schools to look at this missed opportunity, this session will assist schools with how best to create these environments. Explore the process developed between the Los Angeles County Office of Education, HMC Architects, and the Design Team to guide districts and schools on how to engage, encourage, and empower all the stakeholders associated with creating successful outdoor learning environments. Participants will be empowered with a process they can employ to engage administrators, teachers, students, M&O, community members, and design professionals to design successful outdoor learning environments for a variety of uses and situations.

Jema Estrella, Director of Facilities and Construction, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Shaun Hawke
, Project Director III for the Outdoor & Marine Science Field Study , Los Angeles County Office of Education
Virginia Marquardt
, Principal, HMC Architects
Jonathan Richert
, Project Designer, HMC Architects
Case Study: How Indoor/Outdoor Classrooms Deepen Students' Learning
Case Study: How Indoor/Outdoor Classrooms Deepen Students' Learning
Date: 12/08/2021
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)

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When new classrooms were needed at Oak Park High School, a sustainable solution was sought, resulting in the innovative use of repurposed shipping containers – items that are low cost and would otherwise be considered waste. Based on this success, these progressive “Learning Studios” have also been rolled out to a middle school campus. Placed adjacent to outdoor space, the sliding glass doors allow the classroom and learning to expand into nature. Presenters will share insights on gaining stakeholder buy-in at the district and school level and illustrate the importance of indoor/outdoor learning space at each campus, district-wide.

Jay Greenlinger, Ed.D., Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Oak Park Unified School District
Bridgitte Alomes
, CEO, Natural Pod
COVID-19: Impact on School Facilities & Operations
COVID-19: Impact on School Facilities & Operations
Date: 04/01/2020
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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As the novel coronavirus spreads and prolonged school closures increase nationwide, extraordinary efforts have been taken by educators, families, and policymakers to ensure student safety and well-being during this time. This webinar will focus on the unique challenges school closures have had on the school facility staff. Hear from seasoned administrators on how they have faced this unprecedented situation and take part in an interactive discussion of what lies ahead.
Dave Jenkins, Director of Operations, EHOVE Career Center, Milan, OH
Damon Norris
, Director of Operations, A+ Charter Schools, Maricopa, AZ
John Pymm
, Director of Facilities and Operations, Bonneville Joint School District #93, Idaho Falls, ID
CPRe: Creatively (Re)Positioning Your Real Estate
CPRe: Creatively (Re)Positioning Your Real Estate
Date: 06/23/2021
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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Does it feel like some of your real estate assets need CPR? Now more than ever, educational institutions strive to serve their student, faculty, and staff population by providing facilities that are efficient and safe, as well as provide for optimal learning, teaching, working, living, sporting, performing, and leisure activities — all within strapped capital, operating, and maintenance budgets. Facilities designed and constructed 50 — or even 10 — years ago may not fit your user needs today. Learning has changed, technology has evolved, student needs are different, and the world is a different place today than it was even in 2020.

The good news is that you do not need to learn to live with outdated spaces that don't serve your needs nor build new buildings when finances may not allow for it. Often, existing space can be repurposed and revitalized into an entirely different use — and sometimes with minimal construction. Through space analysis studies, system updates, facility assessments, programming studies, space planning, and similar efforts, your existing facilities can support your student and faculty recruitment and retention efforts, increase revenue, and save costs — all while meeting your needs today and tomorrow.

Kevin Scully, AIA, NCARB, Architect and Principal, Design Collaborative
Creating a Sense of Place for Young Children's Environments
Creating a Sense of Place for Young Children's Environments
Date: 12/16/2020
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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Research indicates that space is a powerful regulator of young children's behavior, learning, and emotional development. There are many traditionally accepted codes that permeate preschool spaces. Early childhood experts are beginning to look at new ways to break these antiquated codes to turn the space of the classroom into a memorable place for young children. This presentation will explore design solutions that create a Sense of Place for young children's learning environments through the application of four essential design tenets that can guide the design of environments and furnishings: (1) Nature-Aligned; (2) Heart-Centered; (3) Sensory-Based; and, (4) Authentically-Inspired. Rethink how we collectively approach the design of places of learning for young children in this recording.
Dr. Sandra Duncan, Educational Consultant
Designing Education Experiences Inspired by Children's Museums
Designing Education Experiences Inspired by Children's Museums
Date: 01/12/2022
Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

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With a new K-6 school that emulates a children’s museum, the Seneca Valley School District is exploring the possibilities of the education journey. The project unites CannonDesign with the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh to advance bold new opportunities for school design. When it opens in fall 2022, the school will introduce students, staff, and families to exciting new ideas around how corridors and walls are used, the building and surrounding natural environment can be teaching tools, adaptability allows for constant curation of physical learning spaces, and how space can take students on learning journeys. In this presentation, speakers will outline the design elements and strategic partnership behind the creation of a dynamic research-based, leading-edge children’s learning environment.
Michael P. Corb, AIA, Design Leader, CannonDesign
Anne Fullenkamp
, Senior Director of Creative Experiences, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh
Troy Hoggard, AIA, EDAC
, Design Leader, CannonDesign
Designing Successful CTE Spaces for the K14 Learner
Designing Successful CTE Spaces for the K14 Learner
Date: 01/27/2021
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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The variety of programs that Career and Tech Education (CTE) facilities offer benefit from early planning of furniture and equipment layouts. Collaboration for proper equipment selection between school district and design team for spaces like Audio/Video Production, Health Science, Construction Trades, Culinary Arts, etc., ensures the best utilization of CTE learning spaces for future flexibility and success of students. K14 education is bridging high school and higher education, and with proper planning and forward thinking, CTE programs can partner with local community colleges to provide education where learners are equipped to contribute to a strong community workforce and economy.
Adele Willson, IA, LEED AP, ALEP, K12 Studio Leader, Hord Coplan Macht
Jeff Hagan, AIA
, Principal, Project Manager and Lead Architect, Hord Coplan Macht
Travis Bostic, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
, Design Principal, Hord Coplan Macht
Designing the Learning Environment for Hy-Flex Instructional Design
Designing the Learning Environment for Hy-Flex Instructional Design
Date: 05/18/2021
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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COVID-19 made the Hybrid-Flexible (Hy-Flex) model essential for allowing educators to continue offering classes that are safe for all students. Hy-Flex classes are built to give students and instructors a choice to attend either in person or remotely and have a significant impact on the physical environment. Attend this webinarfor an introduction to the framework of Hy-Flex Instruction, the key teaching method adopted in response to COVID-19 educational protocols and its impact beyond the pandemic. Discover the relationship between Hy-Flex instruction and to universal design of learning spaces, and its impact on sense of belonging for students.
Dr. Erin Lynch
Dr. Mitch Mitchell
EDmarket Annual Meeting
EDmarket Annual Meeting
Date: 01/11/2022
Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

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Kick off 2022 by being "in the know" about EDmarket programs and services. With the sale of EDspaces, EDmarket is reinventing its value proposition to make your organization more successful.

Listen to your fellow EDmarket members online at the Annual Meeting, to learn how your dues are fulfilling the association's mission and strategic priorities.

In addition to recognizing outgoing volunteer leaders and award winners, this recording also welcomes new Board members under the leadership of James Johnson of CPJ2 LLC, who officially resumed duties as Chair of the Board on January 1st.

James D. Johnson, II , EDmarket's 2022 Chair, CPJ2 LLC
Jim McGarry
, EDmarket's President/CEO, Education Market Assoication
EDmarket Dealer Management & Training Program Webinar
EDmarket Dealer Management & Training Program Webinar
Date: 12/02/2021
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)

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Get an inside look at course offerings including project management, sales leadership, and dealer management development as Solomon Coyle provides a comprehensive overview of the new EDmarket Dealer Management and Training Program.
David Solomon, Managing Principal, Solomon Colye
Paul Holland
, Principal, Solomon Colye
EDtech Distribution in an Evolving Marketplace
EDtech Distribution in an Evolving Marketplace

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The EDtech market, valued at more than $8 billion, has always been a challenging space to enter, and as products shift from physical to digital new channels have emerged and established channels are evolving.

The EDtech Distribution in an Evolving Marketplace Report, features data gathered from interviews with key industry leaders conducted by researchers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. This report, sponsored in part by Stages Learning Materials, provides the most current information available on the shifting nature of the K-12 market for EDtech products.

Key Findings:
  • Demand-side partners are on the rise including Educational Service Agencies (ESAs), Short Term Trial Innovation Hubs (i-Hubs), Vendor Marketplaces and Review Platforms.
  • 90% of EDtech leaders interviewed referenced the lack of a Single Sign-On¡Xsimple access in one place to all technology products a school is using¡Xas a huge pain point for schools.
  • Enthusiasm for Open Educational Resources (OER) is increasing for teachers, principals, and district leaders, but quality OER needs to be curated so that schools are not overwhelmed with choices.
"There is no shortfall of great ideas and new EDtech products that are being developed, funded and designed, but there is not a clear understanding of how to profitably take these products to market and get them in the hands of the students and teachers who can benefit from these innovations," says Jim McGarry, President/CEO of EDmarket. "This study will help companies better understand the shifting nature of the K-12 market for EDtech products and to understand how to navigate this complex marketplace."
The Education Market Association (EDmarket)
Educational Service Agencies and Buying Cooperatives
Educational Service Agencies and Buying Cooperatives

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EDmarket Distribution Opportunities: Educational Service Agencies and Buying Cooperatives, published by the Education Market Association, provides an in-depth look at two unique distribution channels of interest to school marketers.

This new report builds on the success of the EDtech Distribution in an Evolving Marketplace report published last year, and provides a deep dive and case studies for two key sales channels: Educational Service Agencies (ESAs) and Buying Cooperatives. By further studying these two channels, sales agencies from companies with products and resources to support these channels can learn how to be perceived as a valuable partner to school districts. The results will be presented at a general session during the 2018 Investors & Channels Summit this fall.

The Education Market Association (EDmarket)
Engaging the Whole Student — Small Choices Creating Big Impact
Engaging the Whole Student — Small Choices Creating Big Impact
Date: 10/12/2022
Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

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Over the course of this presentation, our expert panelists will provide research in psychology, counseling, and design to explain the fundamentals of why wellness in the educational environment is key to impacting and improving student engagement. Utilizing evidence-based approaches to create spaces that consider the well-being of all students can result in overwhelmingly positive effects on student grades, behavior, attendance, and student'sacademic and social-emotional learning. By challenging the physical environment to support all aspects of learning, thinking,and doing, students will be able to take control of their learning environment, improve their well-being and become more engaged.

Aaron Buehring, Director of Educational Environments, Lionakis
Anna Iversen
, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, University of California
John Myers
Go Back to School with Confidence: GBAC Certification
Go Back to School with Confidence: GBAC Certification
Date: 07/15/2020
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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As schools prepare for the return of students this fall, facility officials are figuring out how to reopen safely and prevent infection. While elimination of all risk isn't possible, school staff need training on all the spaces that virus can spread, from classrooms to bathrooms to labs. Not only is there a need for upgrade jan/san protocols, but it's communicating assurance that buildings are a safe place for students, teachers, and staff.

EDmarket has partnered with the Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC), a division of ISSA, to bring two needed programs to pre-K-higher ed for facility preparedness (GBAC STAR™) and to provide your staff with education, and training for biorisk prevention and containment (GBAC Fundamentals Online Course: Cleaning & Disinfection Principles).

Watch this webinar to learn how businesses from airlines to convention centers to college campuses are taking part in the GBAC STAR Accreditation Program to help their facilities establish a comprehensive system of cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention for their staff and their building. The program relies on GBAC's comprehensive training, which teaches the proper protocols, correct disinfection techniques, and cleaning best practices for biohazard situations like the novel coronavirus.
Brant Insero, Director of Education & Training, ISSA
Jim Welch
, former Executive Director, Elizabeth R Griffin Research Foundation
Health Insurance for Smarties (not Dummies)
Health Insurance for Smarties (not Dummies)
Date: 09/13/2022
Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

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Health care costs continue to rise each year, and 2022 has been no exception. Experts predict a 6.5% increase in medical expenses alone. In terms of health plan premiums, employers anticipate they may rise more than 5% this year. With these increases in mind, employers will want to strategize methods to rein in benefits spending. Why is health insurance so expensive and what can employers do about it?

T.J. Bullock, President and Owner, Bullock & Associates
Jonathan Rivera
, Consultant, Bullock & Associates
Higher Ed: Getting Technology a Seat at the Table During the Design Phase
Higher Ed: Getting Technology a Seat at the Table During the Design Phase
Date: 02/19/2020
Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)

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The Education Market Association (EDmarket) and AVIXA have seen a dramatic shift in the design process for new educational facilities in recent years. There is a convergence of technology, space and pedagogy that requires more thought and planning for the spaces to ultimately serve the needs of students and faculty. During this webinar we will explore the design process for new facilities, particularly in the higher ed space.
Facilitator: Jim McGarry, President & CEO, Education Market Association (EDmarket)
Presenter: Shawn Gaither, AIA, LEED AP
, Principal, DLR Group
Presenter: Mark Russell
, Manager, Learning Spaces and Technology Services, Indiana University
Inclusivity & Innovation: Unleash the Creative Potential of Diverse Teams
Inclusivity & Innovation: Unleash the Creative Potential of Diverse Teams
Date: 07/21/2021
Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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Teams that are diverse bring together their varied experiences and unique perspectives to create more relevant and impactful designs. An important strategy to effect change is to lead a design process that is inclusive and empathetic. You will hear from architects and clients on their experiences navigating through the profession and creating culturally inclusive places for community. Hear case studies from our new student community centers at UC Berkeley and the University of Denver and learn about inclusive design tools used during our master planning work with the North Orange County Community College District.
Jeanne Chen, FAIA, Principal, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners
Dr. Miguel Powers
, Professor, Fullerton College
Carissa Oyedele, AIA
, Associate Principal, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners
Integrate Learning, Design and Fiscal Objectives in School Construction with FLEXspace™
Integrate Learning, Design and Fiscal Objectives in School Construction with FLEXspace™
Date: 06/15/2022
Time: 2:00 PM (ET)

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Campus faculty and staff are frequently called upon to provide context and advice when classroom facilities are designed or renovated. Several years ago, SUNY launched FLEXspace.org: the Flexible Learning Environments eXchange which has evolved into a respected, well-adopted community of practice and open educational resource/repository. Recently, EDUCAUSE made an investment in this community-driven portal to integrate the Educause Learning Space Rating System (LSRS), a quantitative measure of active learning potential within learning spaces, including metrics for inclusion.

The FLEXspace Integrated Planning Pathway (FLIPP), which leverages these two freely available tools (FLEXspace and LSRS), helps senior leadership make investment decisions by engaging faculty, AV/IT technologists, librarians, instructional designers, and facilities planners in collective recommendations when tasked with advising/planning new facilities.

Learn how the FLIPP pathway empower advisory groups with diverse perspectives and expertise to follow a step-by-step process that creates internal group alignment prior to meeting with external contractors and consultants. This alignment results from adopting and prioritizing core pedagogical values within budgetary constraints, including definition of acceptable alternatives when preferred solutions are potentially limited by resource or environmental constraints.

Dr. Rebecca Frazee, Faculty in Learning Design and Technology, Associate Director , FLEXspace.org
Dr. Lisa Stephens
, Assistant Dean, University of Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences