The learning spaces of today are calling for new levels of versatility. There are times when a teacher needs to provide direct instruction to a whole class, while other times, students are having a class discussion, working together on projects, or working individually. A few highly effective concepts that enable this sort of versatility include learning zones, adaptable furnishings, and more. Design concepts like these address the need for more flexible, dynamic learning spaces that can easily be changed and adapted. Even before COVID-19 forced K-12 leaders to rethink the design of school spaces, versatility was an important design element for classrooms and other instructional environments. As life returns to normal, versatility is a critical design element that’s here to stay.
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