Virtual Tour Workshop: Post-COVID Lessons Learned
March 24, 2021, 2:00-3:30 pm ET

Join us for this virtual tour and panel discussion of three award-winning educational facilities and participate in a flipped classroom experience.


Explore this opportunity to engage, learn, connect and share with others as panelists guide you through their process with the lens of the pandemic and hybrid learning. Discover lessons they learned and what teams might have done differently. Hear how the pandemic has the designer looking differently at future educational facilities.

Credit: 1.5 HSW

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Discover lessons learned and valuable insights.

$49 members | $99 non-members


Start by viewing three (3) 45-minute tours on your schedule, before attending this highly interactive event with breakouts, Q&A, and panelists who'll share insights from the design team.


See how hybrid learning has tested the projects that were built for in-person collaboration among students.



Brandon Dake
FAIA, Dake Wells Architecture

Brandon Dake, FAIA is a leader at Dake Wells Architecture, an idea-based design studio in Springfield and Kansas City, Missouri. Brandon has a passion for education and pursues design excellence for K-12 schools across the Midwest. He graduated from Kansas State University in 1994 and was elevated to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in 2019. His leadership on the Reeds Spring Middle School and Exeter School have received national acclaim, including a national Honor Award for Interiors from the American Institute of Architects.


Olivia Graf Doyle

Olivia Graf Doyle is a Partner and the Design Principal for A4E (Architecture for Education, Inc.), a women-owned design firm that specializes in education architecture. Responsible for conceptualizing innovative learning environments at A4E, Olivia leads the practice from the belief that outstanding projects begin with a clear concept, augmented by a comprehensive research-and-discovery process. Olivia's design balances aesthetics with curriculum-based innovations to create expressive and functional future-ready, student-centered learning environments. Olivia also serves on the Leadership Group of the AIA's Committee on Architecture for Education.


Pam Loeffelman

Pam Loeffelman, FAIA, is a leader within DLR Group's K-12 Education Studio, elevating education for local school districts nationwide. For more than 35 years Pam has been actively engaged in a dialogue about the return on investment of educational designs. She believes a combination of economic, social, and pedagogy trends, along with benchmarking can better shape the built environment to engage, and inspire students, educators, and local communities.