Cultivating Young Minds: A Net-Zero School for Tomorrow's Leaders

Cultivating Young Minds: A Net-Zero School for Tomorrow's Leaders

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Title: Every Drop Counts: Applying Water Efficiency Strategies
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Title: Breathe Easy: Strategies to Support Healthy Indoor Air
Title: LEED v4: Quality Views: A Comprehensive analysis
Title: Dusk to Dawn: Reducing Light Pollution
Title: Life Cycle Assessment: A revolution in green building design
Title: LEED Tips and Tools for Subs and Suppliers
Title: Cultivating Young Minds: A Net-Zero School for Tomorrow's Leaders
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A new Music and Science complex was added to the Hood River Middle School in 2010, earning LEED Platinum certification. Through a series of interviews with the school faculty and the design team, we explore the creation of a net-zero-energy building that complements the children’s studies of the balance of nature.

Learning Objectives: 
  1. 1. List the requirements for the ‘School as a Teaching Tool’ credit in LEED for Schools, and describe how the Hood River Middle School integrated them through hands-on learning
  2. 2. Describe the Innovation in Design ‘Green Building Education’ credit that the Hood River Middle School, and differentiate it from the ‘School as a Teaching Tool” credit
  3. 3. Relate the synergies amongst the education and participation of the students (ID c3) with Optimizing Energy Performance (EAc1) and On-Site Renewable Energy (EAc2)
  4. 4. Explain strategies used in the project for water efficiency, reduction of material use and enhancing the indoor environment

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AIA Course Number: 
VGC00N
GBCI Course ID: 
0090010900
Device Format: 
Desktop/Laptop
Tablet
Course & Quiz Details: 

10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions

A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion

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