Okay, Purgatory maybe. I haven’t posted for a few months now, while jumping into some significant projects [...]Read more
Category "Environmental Health & Studies"
Once upon a time, a healthy environment was one where the floors were swept, and the garbage [...]Read more
Free Range Seating — or Flexible Learning Environments
Rufus E. Miles Jr. (1910-1996), said where we stand depends on where we sit, meaning that when [...]Read more
The Ultimate Toilet!
I’m impressed by thoughtful design, especially when it’s broad in scope, going beyond functional to being exceptional. [...]Read more
Amazing things are happening in the world of light. Schools, educators and architects are all breaking new [...]Read more
Waiting for Marshmallows
Patience is a virtue. It helps in a lot of ways, particularly in terms of learning delayed [...]Read more
Bicyles are mighty popular in Eugene, Oregon, so it’s no surprise to find Jan VanderTuin here, the [...]Read more
Urban Transformation, as if people mattered
I’ve blogged about community-school connectivity in the past, including the challenges posed in walking from homes to [...]Read more
The Water Crisis
We’re running out of water. The Sierra snowpack is at 12% of normal – the worst indicator [...]Read more
Picture in your mind a generic playground: a bit of open space for running wild, with a [...]Read more