2 thoughts on “Flexible classrooms

  1. Very interesting article to read especially the comment about Maths. I am keen to try some new combinations of furniture but fully agree that changing pedagogy and the way the class is run goes hand in hand with the introduction of new furniture. I am keen to see how it effects group work and collaboration.

    • The math findings did sound encouraging. I’m actually keen to look at air quality. The Yr 9/10 room for example often has a class in it with the doors and windows closed. It would be interesting to know how the carbon dioxide levels change from the beginning to the end of the lesson.

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