The classroom has always been and will continue to be a core learning space. But why should the learning stop there? Since early learners are constantly on the prowl for new information, today’s early learning centers (ELCs) should offer learning opportunities around every corner. Traditionally, the school corridor has functioned solely to transport students from one classroom to another. That is a wasted opportunity. Breakout areas just outside of classrooms support small-group activities and specialized instruction. They also create a sense of community and arouse curiosity among passing students.
Masonry Camp 2017, a weeklong design-build learning experience for architects and craftworkers, will be held November 27–December 2 in Bowie, Maryland. Qualified architectural candidates interested in attending must complete the camper application form by September 15, 2017, to be considered. Craftworkers are selected to attend based on recommendations made by BAC Local leadership.
July 14, 2017 — GRAPHISOFT North America has partnered with Black Spectacles, an online learning resource, to create ARCHICAD for Beginners, a four-and-a-half-hour course that teaches the basics of ARCHICAD.
People venturing into careers in architecture or engineering do so knowing they not only are in for a rewarding and dynamic profession, but they also are in for a lifetime of learning. In addition to the simple fact that A/E/C professionals must maintain licensure, circumstances often change within the design and construction industry.