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Final designs

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This is the final design of my 2063 Sustainable Learning Space.

I used coloured pencil to add details, so you will have to excuse my average drawing skills. 1,640 more words


Why have animals at school?

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Considering the criteria of having a sustainable classroom, I believe that having animals that produce milk, eggs and manure and help reduce waste by eating scraps is a positive step. 148 more words


Wind Turbines: renewable energy required in 2063!

Inspired by the Daniel Mannix building at ACU Melbourne, I included rooftop wind turbines on my design. Unsure which way to “face” them, I did a little bit of reading… it would appear there is not an ideal way to face them, as the wind changes direction constantly. 101 more words


Keeping goats and chooks

Goats! More furry creatures I love. Also suitable as chicken friends.


Eat weeds (yay) as well as hay and apparently any plant they can get their hooves on… 155 more words


Draft designs - Rooftop area

I thought it would be a good idea to utilise the rooftop so students can observe and learn about renewable energy sources such as wind turbines and solar panels. 148 more words


Draft designs - classroom and surrounds

Draft design of my sustainable classroom:

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I went with the shape of the rotating classroom (octagonal) although I am still unsure if the actual rotation is of any benefit. 297 more words


Future learning spaces

Hi all,

This week has us thinking about future learning spaces – an interesting concept. Each of the scenarios could happen, and many things need to be taken into consideration such as climate change, the global political climate, availability of resources due to these possible issues, population changes etc. 367 more words