• Active Learning Spaces


    1 The shift from passive to active learning creates a need to support the integration of pedagogy, technology, and space.  Our classrooms reflect an active learning ecosystem that offers a range of settings and the choice and control to select the best environment for the learning; while considering options for adjacency, visual and acoustic privacy, and collaboration.  This includes 3 instructional modes: computer work (focused work environments), talk with others (collaborative environments), making something (hands-on project work environments). Collectively, these environments offer    


    • Dynamic movement
    • Interchangeable configurations
    • A mixture of specialized spaces: makers’ spaces, engineering, digital design, etc.
    • And zero distance design
    • Height-adjustable worktables and rolling chairs
    • Furnished alcoves, and corridors
    • White board walls


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