MeTEOR Webinar Alert: Common Mistakes in Modern Classroom Environment Design - Tech Learning

WHAT: High Impact Learning Environment Webinar – What are the most common mistakes in classroom design (and how to avoid them)

WHEN: Thursday, September 20, 7:00 – 8:00 PM EST


Gainesville, FL, Sept. 13, 2018– As schools work to modernize, redesign, and build new classrooms – mistakes can be costly to budgets and disrupted student learning. MeTEOR Education™ is the leading designer of High Impact Learning Environments, working with Architects, Design Firms, schools and districts across the United States. On September 20, a MeTEOR Education HIGH IMPACT LEARNING EXPERIENCE™ certified designerwill lead audiences through the most common mistakes in new classroom design and key strategies to avoid them.

Increasingly, schools are transforming their learning environments as an important step to accelerating learning itself. However, determining best-practice design and how to prioritize teacher and student needs poses a significant challenge, especially across multiple schools in radically different communities or neighborhoods.

On Thursday, September 20th, MeTEOR Education’sHIGH IMPACT LEARNING EXPERIENCE™ Design Team will host a webinar on how to create student spaces that are adaptable, inspirational and productive – three necessary qualities to support higher order thinking, student collaboration and student engagement. Attendees will participate in a collaborative conversation focused on classroom management, key design mistakes and ensuring best-fit use of new tools and furnishings.

Registrants receive a recording of the presentation along with research and resource materials. Participation in the live webinar presentation is not required. For more information, go to

Media Contacts:

Cindy Eggebrecht Charlotte Andrist

Senior Vice President of Marketing President

MeTEOR Education Nickel Communications PR

815-341-2492 770-310-5244

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