How do we design classrooms? The use and needs of modern learning environments have changed dramatically compared to the classrooms of 40 years ago. The fundamental reconsideration of the classroom environment is a direct result of teachers, school administrators, and architects coming to the realization that we all learn differently. The modern classroom is not just about four walls, it is about bringing diverse groups together. The ability to adapt to a variety of activities that support diverse learning styles is critical to today’s learning environments. Research proves that the design of a learning environment can have a negative or a positive impact on a student’s learning progress. We must understand how to design not only a simple classroom, but a suite of spaces that serve all student needs throughout the day. This presentations reviews the modern process and approach to classroom design from a broad-use perspective.
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March 01 2023
Classroom design, the architect, and teachers perspectives
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 153, A90 (2023)
Vanessa Schutte, Dr. Marilyn Denison; Classroom design, the architect, and teachers perspectives. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 1 March 2023; 153 (3_supplement): A90. https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0018266
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