Do your students have space to work together and speak to each other about their learning?
How do you integrate technology, movement, and variety into your learning situations?
Do you consider student feedback on the learning that happens in your classroom? How?
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So what do students think about flexible learning spaces?
With a focus on learning situations in our new programs, teachers in adult education are beginning to rethink the design of their classrooms. They are looking to create environments that favour competency development and facilitate an implicit use of technology throughout the learning process. But what do their students think?
Video:See what Max & Laurianne, students in a newly designed flexible classroom at Place Cartier Adult Education Centre, Lester B. Pearson School Board, think about the learning environment in their classroom.
Learning resources created by Max and Laurianne, students of Natasha Bellows (Teacher, LBPSB), Avi Spector (RECIT Consultant, RSB), and Tracy Rosen (RECIT Consultant, CSSMI), 2017.
If you would like more information about these resources or if you have something you would like to add to this tile, please contact Avi Spector or Tracy Rosen.
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