Amidst a variety of changes in education, both educators and designers of learning spaces are rethinking the classroom, looking for a comprehensive space that incorporates userfriendly technology, flexible furniture, and other tools that support active learning.
Laptops, whiteboards and handheld devices have been added to the traditional tools of paper, pens and chalkboards. And a new generation of students, with deep immersion in social, entertainment and learning technologies, expect a media-rich but hands-on classroom experience.
These changes are driving the adoption of active learning instruction models that create more collaborative learning environments, giving students more control over how content is learned and who they learn from. But have most classrooms kept pace? Does the average classroom support the flexible agenda of active learning?
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