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Architecture and Children Webinar

Architecture and Children Webinar

The UIA Architecture and Children Work Programme invites architects and professionals around the world to a webinar on Built Environment Education (BEE) and School planning for and with children on Friday 26 February 2021 (13h00 - 15h00 GMT)

 

Speakers: 

- Suzanne de Laval and Heba Safey Eldeen (Co-Directors of the Work Programme):

Presentation of the Work Programme and BEE

- Päivi KataikkoGrigoleit, Germany: Participation of the pupils in school planning

- Krisztina Somogyi, Hungary: PhD thesis on students’ experience of the school environment

- Suzanne de Laval, Sweden: Evaluation of the school environment with school children and teachers, Walk Through Evaluation

- Katrin Koov, Estonia: Booklet about architectural principles to help analyse and change existing schools and planning new schools

- Mina Sava and Brindusa Havasi, Romania: My school can be cool - an online resource for school children for reimagining their school

 

For participation, please register through the link:

https://docs.google.com/.../1rzrd4IPjzXbBHpgNqEsGl7E.../edit

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The UIA Architecture and Children Work Programme invites architects and professionals around the world to a webinar on Built Environment Education (BEE) and School planning for and with children on Friday 26 February 2021 (13h00 - 15h00 GMT)

 

Speakers: 

- Suzanne de Laval and Heba Safey Eldeen (Co-Directors of the Work Programme):

Presentation of the Work Programme and BEE

- Päivi KataikkoGrigoleit, Germany: Participation of the pupils in school planning

- Krisztina Somogyi, Hungary: PhD thesis on students’ experience of the school environment

- Suzanne de Laval, Sweden: Evaluation of the school environment with school children and teachers, Walk Through Evaluation

- Katrin Koov, Estonia: Booklet about architectural principles to help analyse and change existing schools and planning new schools

- Mina Sava and Brindusa Havasi, Romania: My school can be cool - an online resource for school children for reimagining their school

 

For participation, please register through the link:

https://docs.google.com/.../1rzrd4IPjzXbBHpgNqEsGl7E.../edit

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