Wood in Education

People spend as much as 90 per cent of their time inside buildings, and for children, adolescents and an increasing number of young adults, most of this time is spent either at home or in school. 
Wood construction can be used in many types of buildings, from single-family homes to multi-story and mid-rise condominiums and offices, schools, health facilities, recreational centers and public gathering areas. This video features three educational facilities that have chosen to incorporate wood into the structure:

Samuel Brighouse Elementary School
King David High School
The University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business