Commercial organisations have long understood the need to create a variety of flexible, reconfigurable spaces that better support the range of activities that their people undertake. But what happens when this trend towards ‘agile’ spaces is translated into learning environments?
Agile working principles are helping leading educational organisations to create future-ready ‘third space’ learning environments that break away from the traditional model of educational spaces to deliver better learning outcomes, taking account of:
To find out more about how educational organisations are using the latest principles of agile learning to create active learning spaces for the future,
download our whitepaper “When education and social spaces collide”.
If you’d like to see how we’ve helped a range of schools, colleges and universities to optimise their spaces for active learning, and to create flexible social and living spaces for a variety of different activities, download a copy of our Education Credentials Brochure.
If you’d like to find out how we can help your educational organisation to combine the best in class learning, social and living environments to engage and motivate your students, download our complimentary Educational Spaces Assessment offer.
Claremont creates educational environments that deliver exceptional learning outcomes for teachers and students. We’ve created learning environments for a wide range of educational clients including Clayesmore School, Merchant Taylors’ School, The London School of Economics and the Royal Ballet School, to name only a few.
What sets us apart is our ability to integrate innovative ideas and settings from the workplace into educational environments, exposing students to experiences that will equip them to succeed in their chosen career, whatever that may be.
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