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Modern classroom design :|ba study on interactive learning

By Kate E. Shultz

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Designing a classroom that can keep up with our continuously advancing technologies has been a difficult task for past designers. Numerous studies have focused on educational facilities and their variety of teaching techniques within these designed spaces. The classroom becomes far more than an independent learning setting, but an interactive, social network. The students not only collaborate and interact with their fellow classmates, but with the building itself. Learning becomes more than just reading a book or writing a paper, but an everyday observation and interaction with our surrounding environment. The students are able to experience the interworking of the school and begin to develop an understanding of the world around them. The school becomes a teaching tool in itself. I have researched interactive learning and its positive trend in modern classroom design.Honors CollegeThesis (B.?.

Topics: Architecture.
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:cardinalscholar.bsu.edu:123456789/196053
Provided by: Cardinal Scholar

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