June 29, 2017

Student-Centered Spaces

Student-Centered Spaces

As educators, student outcomes and their learning achievements are the most important indicator of success. Unfortunately, facility design – which has a significant impact on learning – can often be an afterthought.
Spaces are now, more than ever, being designed with the students in mind. Flexible furniture and seating options are replacing the traditional sea of desks.

Giving students familiar environments is another way to stimulate their learning. Students spend a large amount of their time in your facility, these built environments should be welcoming and warm to boost student morale.

Open areas for gathering and collaboration give educators the ability to engage their students by creating an experience and allowing them to feel comfortable participating.

Every facility design should provide learning spaces – focused on the students – to maximize their learning potential.

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