Solutions to foster an active learning
environment
in the classroom.

Schools are implementing new technologies into the design of their classrooms, don’t let furniture stay in the past. Configurable desks and soft seating easily rearrange to fit your classroom environment.

Rethink, Re-engage, Rearrange

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Modular, Mobile and Adjustable

Agile and flexible desks, tables, storage, and seating connect students and teachers to lessons, to each other, and to new ways of learning. In addition, soft seating options are also available in freestanding or modular configurations.

Modular furniture brings simplicity and functionality to any classroom. Designed for a variety of learning styles and to promote collaboration, modular furniture is easily assembled, and have numerous group configurations. Add power to ensure devices stay charged and students stay productive.

Configurable Classrooms.

Options for classrooms, makerspaces, libraries, commons, lounges, STEM Labs, and more. Create collaborative spaces, areas for direct instruction, or space for individual work. The best classroom designs are the ones that are most flexible and can be arranged, and then rearranged, to support any type of learning.

Customize your classroom environment to fit the needs of your students. Lounge seating creates a multitude of spaces for establishing privacy or collaboration. Coordinating pieces configure as circular or straight arrangements. Add outlets and USB ports to keep student devices up and running.

Supporting an Active Learning Environment.

How a classroom space is designed can have a significant effect on the type of learning that takes place there, because different kinds of learning activities are best supported by different arrangements of the physical space.

Active learning is an instructional approach in which students take an active and fully engaged role in their education, rather than sitting passively and absorbing information. When students are actively engaged in their learning, they are thinking, creating, sharing, communicating and constructing new knowledge.

For active learning to be successful, teachers need the right kind of classroom environment to support and encourage active learning-which includes the design of the learning space and how student desks and tables are configured. They need support structures to help them implement these strategies effectively, while overcoming their fears of trying something new in front of their students.