Creating the Optimum Learning Environment

Learning environments that are active, cooperative and engaging serve to benefit teachers and students alike. Many current classrooms still fail to utilise their potential. By rethinking the classroom experience, however, educators can maximise learning opportunities.
  • What makes an optimum learning environment?
  • Why is it important?
  • Flexible design considerations
  • Flexible solutions
By choosing a classroom layout that allows for flexibility and adaptability, teachers can exercise a greater sense of environmental control as well as encouraging student engagement.

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