How to Plan and Create True Flexible Learning Spaces

May 23, 2016

This article is part of a series on flexible learning spaces. Teachers who are moving to a blended learning paradigm soon realize that their traditional physical “classrooms” need modification. In most cases, traditional furniture in a traditional room with a whiteboard at the front doesn’t support any of the blended learning models. Thus, an organization that is moving to a blended learning model needs to be aware of a number of important planning, design, and timing aspects of flexible learning environments.

Source Organization: eSchool News 

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