The flexible classroom: an environment that adapts to the students

What does flexible design mean in real terms?

It means getting away from the traditional concept of tables in rows and assigned seats, by proposing a layout that makes people want to learn.

Spaces for each activity

To make a success of your flexible classroom, it is essential to organize your space by determining zones dedicated to different activities. Wesco presents the 3 main zones of the flexible classroom.

• Directed work zone: It is transformed according to the individual or collective activities. In both cases, the teacher is In contact with the students, and everyone can move easily between the tables.

• Gathering area: Essential for exchanges at any time of the day, to discuss activities, difficulties encountered and positive points to remember.

• Relaxation area: for each student to have time to return to calm or isolation, to better solve a problems or discuss It In a calm manner.

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