Proven Approach: Educational Visioning

Educational Visioning is a collaborative research method focused on gaining a deeper understanding of the ways in which teaching and learning take place in modern educational settings. This process allows us to support the specific and unique educational needs through architecture and design.

  1. We lead curriculum focused engagement to understand how your facilities impact teaching and learning both today and in the future.
  2. Our proven approach focuses on meeting the needs of students and educators in modern and flexible learning environments.
  3. From students to superintendents, the Bray process gives ownership and understanding to all involved.
Visit booth #415 at IASB to learn more about how our Proven Approach can help inspire students and teachers in your district!

 

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Proven Approach: Educational Visioning

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Bray Named Architectural Firm of the Year

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Interiors Team Attends NeoCon® 2017

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Oak Creek & Marquette High Earn ASID Awards!

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