Designing Successful CTE Spaces for the K14 Learner
Travis Bostic, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Design Principal at Hord Coplan Macht
Jeff Hagan, AIA, Principal, Project Manager and Lead Architect at Hord Coplan Macht
Adele Willson, AIA, LEED AP, ALEP, K12 Studio Leader at Hord Coplan Macht
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.
- Discover how implementing K14 CTE education can provide benefit to learners and the community.
- Learn how industry partners can help with space design and equipment selection.
- Understand the benefits of early communication and collaboration of CTE equipment selection and optimal room layout for successful CTE spaces.
- Engage in a discussion about lessons-learned and future benefits of the designing specialized spaces in a collaboration process with educators.
Credit: 1 AIA LU
||Designing Successful CTE Spaces for the K14 Learner
||Wednesday, January 27, 2021
||2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)
|Field of Study:
||Career and Tech Education (CTE)
||1 AIA LU