Today’s classrooms need a transformation to aid 21st century teaching and learning methods. Despite changing traditional teaching methods and pedagogy, physical learning spaces need some improvements. Classroom layouts revamped to promote collaborative learning, flexible furniture for different teaching, integration of technology to support digital learning environment.
Ahead of the 6th Annual Learning Spaces Summit under the umbrella of EduWeek Asia, 6 learning institutes: ST Jude’s Holder Primary School; Dulwich College Shanghai; Chatsworth; Taylor University; Amity Global Institute; Nazarbayev University shared their stories on design and rollingout learning spaces that create future learning space to enhance teaching and learning outcomes.
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