In many ways, the classrooms of today are much different from the classrooms of the past. This is a positive thing, to be clear. Today’s
Category: Classroom Design
Can you imagine a reality where a teacher would actually encourage their students to get up and freely move around in the classroom, to stand up out of their chairs and leave their desks behind for a portion of the class period?
BFX is partnering with QUT and a select research team to explore the impact of new vertical schools on students’ capability and wellbeing.
Flexible seating in the classroom has become more and more popular over the years.
Learning is more than memorising facts and formulas; learning is a way of thinking and an approach to life.
A trend is growing in educational circles to eliminate the large, immovable teacher’s desk that has occupied the front of every classroom for centuries.
The physical learning environment has a powerful impact on students’ social and emotional landscape.
School communities often seem eager to adopt new ways of teaching and learning but can’t always visualise what this would look like or how it would function after the change.
Imagine sitting in a room coloured entirely in red. Chances are high that you will feel agitated, perhaps with a little anger or hunger. Why?