Collaboration is the key to a successful engagement with Kay-Twelve. The most impactful contribution you can make toward your project's success is to rally your team to a Collaboration Workshop with your Kay-Twelve partners.
In your Collaboration Workshop, we’ll meet with key stakeholders to begin to flesh out the details of your project, including:
Vision for individual learning environments.
Project timeline and milestones.
Budget considerations and expectations.
The information we collect in the Collaboration Workshop will enable our team to compile and present a formal Game Plan for your project.
Keep reading to learn more about what we’ll accomplish in your Collaboration Workshop.
Rallying Your Team.
A successful Collaboration Workshop requires input from your team. We’d love to meet with the following stakeholders during your session.
Architecture / Design Partner.
School Principal or Assistant Principal.
District Operations or Purchasing Leader.
District Curriculum Leader.
District Technology Administration.
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I. Project Vision.
Learning environment design can impact a student’s progress by up to 25% – positively or negatively.*
Aligning the physical environment to your instructional goals is critical. In your Collaboration Workshop, we’ll spark critical thought through guided conversation and present various visual concepts for your consideration.
II. Timeline Alignment.
Our process has proven successful across dozens of projects. Alignment to our process helps ensure project success.
That said, we can adapt to your timeline. In your Collaboration Workshop, we’ll highlight key milestones along our process and align our calendar with your project timeline.
III. Budget Considerations.
Budgets for school furnishings and equipment can vary greatly depending on the scope and vision for the project.
Whether it’s a new construction, a major renovation, or a simple refresh of furnishings, we’ll model cost estimates for your project based on cost per student, percent of project cost, and other methodology.
Better Learning Environments through Collaboration.
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