It’s no secret that students have evolved into tech savvy, connected individuals who work best in an engaged, participatory learning environment. They have been born into the digital age and are entering school with a heightened digital acumen. The sheer scale of Bett in terms of participation and reputation is testament to the importance placed on technology in schools and the impact it can have on the lives of today’s students and teachers.
In sharp contrast to these millennial students, extensive observations and research shows that while education, students and technology have changed, the classroom environment of fixed, row-by-column furniture that faces one direction has remained the same. It brings to the surface one of the biggest challenges facing educators today: how can technology, teaching methods and space more effectively support them in improving student success?
It is only by engaging with pupils and creating an environment that fuses…
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