The School of the Future Design Competition offers an opportunity to illustrate the kind of creativity that students bring to the planning and design process. The competition highlights the importance of well-planned, high performance, healthy, safe and sustainable schools that foster student achievement and enhance community vitality. The annual competition, open to middle school students, challenges student teams to design their schools to enhance learning, conserve resources, be environmentally responsive and engage the surrounding community. The multi-disciplinary solution requires students to follow a planning process from the concept phase to completion of the project, with thorough documentation. The students will present their project to a jury for review.
2013 Design Competition
Webinar "how-to" on the School of the Future Design Competition
Curriculum, Criteria, Instructions
Tips for collaborative planning and process for your School of the Future Project! Welcome to edevolution, a video project thought of and created by G/T middle students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Thank you for taking time to watch the video and visit this website! For more information about what the Education Evolution is and what it means, take a look at a quick summary of us here or head to the blog page.
Dedicated architecture students, architects, engineers, construction managers, facility planners, manufacturers and suppliers contribute their time in mentoring middle school students through the competition, so that learning about facility planning, design and the built environment can take place.
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Teachers are encouraged to use the award-winning School of the Future Design Competition curriculum and outlined lesson plans as a starting point for the creative ideas of the participants of the student design competition and to develop skills in math, language arts, communication, leadership, science technology, architecture and facility planning.