Much like the workplace, educational facilities were required to adapt and switch to virtual learning scenarios during the coronavirus outbreak.
How can schools and campuses be designed to support new modes of learning, fostering a sense of community while ensuring student health?
Course Tuition: Free
- - Understand how educational facilities were required to adapt and switch to virtual learning scenarios during the coronavirus outbreak.
- - Learn how schools and campuses can be designed to support new modes of learning and fostering a sense of community while ensuring student health.
- - Understand infection control best practices and products.
- - Identify best practices to maintain wellness, create effective learning environments, while maintaining student and teacher safety.
Toni Gocke Wyre
Sr Associate, Polk Stanley Wilcox and Instructor of Interior Design
University of Central Arkansas
Toni is a commercial interior designer specializing in Education, Healthcare and Corporate Interiors and was recognized as one of Arkansas Business' Top 40 under 40 Professionals in 2013. Additional honors include being a favorite local designer for several years in At Home in Arkansas magazine and one of Arkansas Business' Publishing Group's Women to Watch. Over the last decade, her work has received over 36 regional design awards, crossing all sectors, from residential and corporate to hospitality, healthcare and education. In addition to contributing to interiors projects at PSW, Toni has recently served as Director-at-Large on the National Board of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). In July of 2018, she was selected to be an International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) Global WELL concept advisor after being the first in Arkansas to achieve her WELL AP accreditation. In the Fall of 2020, Toni transitioned to a part-time/consultant role with PSW and joined UCA, The University of Central Arkansas, as a Full-Time Instructor of Interior Design in their CIDA accredited program.