Creating student-driven, flexible learning spaces involves setting up the classroom to support the desired learning outcomes for each activity. Having the mobility and flexibility to change the arrangement in learning spaces promotes student choice and ownership over their learning.
Watch how these high school teachers utilize flexible classrooms to allow for personalization that is tailored to their students' needs. By differentiating seating arrangements for independent learning, collaborative learning and small groups, the teachers create space for students to make choices for the learning situation that suits them the best and for the teacher to offer personalized coaching.
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Learn how flexible, mobile furniture, from vendors such as KI Engaged Learning, promotes student engagement. By having a variety of tables, desks, and chairs with elements of mobility, students and teachers can easily reconfigure the learning space to support different types of instruction.
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