|For The Educator|
Architects in the Classroom
The American Institute of Architects believes that the art and science of architecture, when integrated into K-12 core curricula and community college course offerings, enhances the students’ understanding of the built environment, encourages them to think creatively and critically about livable communities and appreciate the impact on the quality of life.
For examples of lessons provided to classrooms, please view the following PDFs. These lessons were developed by Sabrina L. Tucker, AIA and Mark A. Humienny, AIA.
Resources for bringing Architecture into your classroom
Box City - CUBE - Kansas City
Math and Architecture
Architecture: It’s Elementary
National AIA Architecture Education Page
A+DEN (Architecture + Design Education Network)
Home Energy Conversation for Kids
The NEED Project (The National Energy Education and Development Project)
The mission of the National Energy Education Development Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs.
North Carolina Solar Center (Teachers and Students page)
Accredited Architecture Schools in North Carolina
NC State University College of Design
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Architectural Technology Program
Central Piedmont Community College
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2017 AIA National Convention: Orlando
Architecture Month Bike Crawl