SPACE TYPE

Learning Studios

28 to 56 Occupants 

The learning studios empower students to quickly break into groups, move tables together or aside for project work space, and present to one another—in addition to the lecture format. By making flexible furniture and robust technology available throughout the day, the studios support efficient and fluid transitions between teaching modalities, learning activities and instructional practices. 

Teacher Collaboration Model
Following the space use model of higher education, educators will have use of Teacher Collaboration Workspace, which includes a workstation, personal storage space, and teaming areas. At the Elementary level, Core Studios may or may not be owned by a single teacher. At the Middle and High School level, Core Studios will be shared by a team of teachers, with space use determined collaboratively by the group.

Activities

Individual work
Small group work
Project/build work

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Core Studio

Makes key improvements to the traditional classroom. It is an acoustically separated space for an educator to facilitate learning activities for one class of learners.

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Flex Studio

Flex Studios are Learning Studios with an added kitchenette, sinks for handwashing and toilets within line of sight of supervising staff. Campuses currently lack these spaces, and they are critical to morning and after care programs for school age children.

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Teaming Studio

Combines two studios to support team-teaching, large group instruction and more project space.

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