Considering New Learning Spaces
2/28/2014 5:00:00 PM
Steelcase recently released
the white paper, Technology-Empowered Learning: Six Spatial
Insights, which examined ways
that technological advances have
redefined the classroom and the
design of learning environments.
The report identified the
following six insights to help
educators consider spatial
responses to tech integration:
■ Person-to-person connections
remain essential for successful
■ Technology is supporting
interactions and higher-level
■ Integrating technology into
classrooms mandates flexibility
and activity-based spatial
■ Spatial boundaries are
■ Spaces must be designed to
capture and stream information.
■ High-tech and low-tech will
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