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FIRST

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Tony Zahn

on 9 September 2015

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Transcript of FIRST

21st Century Learning Environments
STEM
FIRST
Educational Services
The Way it Used to Be
The Way it Still is
Libraries
Current
Cannon (K-5)
GMS STEM Academy (6-7)
Vision
K-12 Pipeline
Flexible Acceleration
Personalized
Small Group
Quiet Spaces
Access Experts
Large Testing Spaces
Store Projects
Constraints
Culture building
Available classrooms
Staffing
Scheduling
Transportation
Learning spaces that meet varied needs & allow students to "flex their analytical muscles"
Possible Routes
Renovate Cannon & GMS
K-8 STEM Campus
Pre-K
Vision
Full Day Early Childhood options, including tuition-based
Age and developmentally appropriate furnishings and design
Constraints
Available space in optimal location
Transportation
After school care for 4-year-olds
Full day options limited

Possible Routes
Centrally located, full service Early Childhood Center
Partnerships with Extended Care Services, Nutrition, and Transportation;
Qualification and Assessment areas;
Renovation/ to current PK campuses
Current

One main room
Varying technology accessibility
Books and varying e-book access
Outdated seating/furniture
Current
Three PK Locations
Separate Child Care Facility
PPCD separate
Partnership with Head Start
Serving estimated 78% of those eligible
Vision

Hub of school
Multiple room options
Class sets of upgraded computers
Multiple options for presenting
Movable furniture
Print/e-book access
Constraints

Walls (fixed environments)
Location within school
Immovable furniture
Outdated (or uneven distribution of) technology
Mindsets
Possible Routes

Consistent menu of technology access
Movable/flexible furniture
Restructuring of physical spaces
Presentation/collaboration pods
Collection benchmarks
Advanced Academics
Current

ASPIRE Academy: Grades 1-6
1 section grades 1-3
2 sections grades 4-6
School within a school concept = one classroom per section

Vision

Expanded ASPIRE Academy: Grades 1-8
2 or more sections of grades 1-8 with common grade level space for flexible grouping and collaborative learning
Maker Spaces with equipment
Virtual learning space and supportive technology
Active learning space furniture
Transportation as need arises
Constraints

Limited number of classrooms
Little to no collaborative space or maker space
Funds for continually updated technology
Furniture needed each time a section is added
Transportation limited due to number of buses and travel cost considerations
Possible Routes

Additional classrooms - potentially a wing of an elementary school and a wing of a middle school to include flexible, shared collaborative spaces, maker spaces, and virtual learning environments
Funds to support expansion needs: furniture, technology, and transportation
Fine Arts
Current
18 Performing Organizations
2 Performance Venues
Seating capacity 800
20th c. tech in a 21st c. environment
Multiple performances "off site" annually
Currently program FFE, uniforms etc funded exclusively through Debt Service.
No CTE for Fine Arts
No Secondary Orchestra Program
No Dedicated Gallery
Vision
Constraints
Possible Solutions
GCISD "Home for the Arts
CTE Fine Arts Programs
Technical Theater
Audio/Recording Engineering
Funding to Accomodate Epanding Programs
Growing Enrollments
District Honor Choir
Secondary Orchestra
21st c. Performance Facilities
Digital Sound
LED/Intelligent Lighting
Flexible preparation spaces
Funding
Existing Spaces
Configuration
Quantity
electrical and technical infrastructure
Fine Arts CTE Curriculum
Split Secondary Feeder System
Enrollment-Based Staffing
Enrollment access at the point of entry
GCISD PAC:
Grand Concert Hall
Art Exhibition Space
Orchestra Rehearsal Hall
Black Box Theater
Digital and LED Tech Lab
Detached Full Design Shop
Renovate existing FA Areas:
Expanded BBT/Design Shops
Auditorium Tech
LED/Intelligent Lighting
Digital Audio
Projection Capabilities
Rehearsal and Support Spaces
Additional acoustic rehearsal spaces
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