How is the furniture arranged in your room? Does it support collaboration among peers? Easy to access communication technologies? Flexible enough to meet different learning styles? Long gone are the days of stationary desks in rows facing front to the teacher, of course. For some great ideas read Emily Vickery's article offering interesting insights from designer, David Jakes.
We'd be interested in learning what ideas you might try or have already used in your classroom. Share your thoughts in Comments below.
Are You Hacking Your School's Learning Spaces? Emily Vickery. 8.17.14. MiddleWeb