classrooms should be designed to inspire students
Learning spaces that are flexible, collaborative, active, and personalized are critical for student success. Classroom environments should inspire students and support them in connecting to the content, their teachers, and their peers.
As you design your classrooms, think about how the space will function, how it supports the students' learning outcomes, and how it will make students feel. Here are some questions to help guide your discussions. Download the classroom planning guide.
helpful links to CLASSROOM DESIGN TRENDS
- What Will Learning Environments Look Like Post COVID-19?
- Why Flexible Seating is Crucial in the Classroom
- Student-Centered Learning Environments That Inspire Learning
- Modernizing Learning Environments Promotes Student Achievement
Flexible learning needs flexible furniture
Experience our virtual classrooms. The multifunctional classroom showcases flexible seating, collaborative work surfaces, and mobile furniture that is all designed to work together. Use these to create environments that are safe and secure and provide students with voice and choice – now and in the future. You can also watch this configuration video for additional classroom setup ideas.
EXPLORE CLASSROOM SETUP IDEAS
Click through classroom ideas below or visit our image gallery of learning spaces designed to promote comfort, configurability, mobility, and accessibility in a variety of classroom environments.
Thoughtful classroom design is crucial for creating environments that foster a love for learning. It goes beyond just physical spaces and involves creating a haven that ignites curiosity, imagination, and inspiration in students. Make classrooms immersive and engaging atmospheres that encourage creativity, collaboration, and a thirst for knowledge. Innovative design principles, adaptable elements, and technology can transform classrooms into captivating landscapes where students can embark on transformative educational journeys.
- Two Rivers - Arlington County Schools, photo by Anice Hoachlander, StudioHDP