Building Flexible Classrooms that Conform to Learners (Not the Other Way Around)

  By Dr. Christina Counts Here’s how a new career-focused high school used flexible furniture and other modular elements to transform a 180,000 sf building into a modern learning space. Focused on providing education and experience in career fields, Boone County Schools’ Ignite Institute is creating a reality where industry and education work together to ensure that students have the skills and creativity to succeed in a fast-paced, technology-driven society. Through project-based learning, students have authentic, real-world experiences that prepare them for the jobs of the future. This innovative educational approach requires unique physical space that includes flexible classroom spaces, […]

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