Frank Locker

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Frank Locker Bio

Honored as a Planner of the Year by the Council of Educational Facilities Planners, International, Frank has taught at the university level, and is a trained facilitator and a registered architect. He conceived and co-teaches the Harvard University School of Education/School of Design course for educators and architects, Effective Education/Innovative Learning Environments.

A frequent speaker at international, national, and regional school planning conferences, his recent keynote addresses have been in Vancouver; Dallas; London and Manchester, England; Frankfurt; and Abu Dhabi. Frank is an affiliate of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills. His focus is on transformed education and the facilities that support it. Recent and upcoming topics have included:

-High Performing Learning Places
-School Transformation: Practices, Process and Places of Best and Next Practices
-Emerging Best Practices
-School Buildings -The State of Affairs
-State School Design Standards: Can't Live with Them; Can't Live without Them
-How to Create a Successful Master Plan
-Effective Schools; Innovative Facilities, Differentiated Learning Through Innovative School -Design
-School Design in the 21st Century
-Linking Student Success to School Facilities
-School of the Future
-Goldfish and Water
-Team Teaching and Integrated Learning
-Innovation in School Facilities: Planning, Places, + Process