Innovative classroom symposium sees participants redesign traditional learning spaces

August 3, 2018

A recent symposium held in the US invited participants to redesign traditional learning spaces such as the lecture hall, medium and large classrooms, and the computer lab, reports Campus Technology. Many of the designs prioritized interactive spaces, easy access to students, and user-friendly technology. “This event presented a unique opportunity to observe the design process, as end users planned their ideal teaching environments,” stated Larry Darling, Principal Learning Spaces Engineer. “This type of access challenged my paradigm of what defines a successful learning space.” The symposium participants noted that bringing together instructors from different disciplines allowed them to create classrooms that supported a wider variety of needs. Campus Technology