This year, Akiva School is piloting, in grades 4 and 5, a new classroom design featuring new furniture in line with our focus on holistic education where the child is at the center of the learning. New tables, seating arrangements and modular design allow for more free movement and collaboration. Students are able to get up, move, explore different learning scenarios and can take an active lead in their learning. Our teachers can take advantage of the modular design and act as true facilitators in the learning, reconfiguring the classroom as needed to support new initiatives.
New classroom design to promote more active learning
by Cindy Warren | Oct 28, 2016 | News | 0 comments