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Rows of seats with the instructor front and center is a model that worked for centuries. Traditional technology supported this layout well, but how well does this fit the need of 21st century learners and how does classroom design affect student performance?
This one-pager and corresponding article explore the basics of good classroom design, aimed at improving student engagement and performance.
Explore the benefits of:
- Naturalness – including light, sound, temperature and air quality
- Stimulation – how vibrant is your classroom?
- Individuality – does your classroom meet the unique needs of individual students?
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