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LEARNING HALLWAYS

When thinking about learning hallways, be flexible! Is the area dedicated to specific tasks or can it be used by anyone, any time? Do you need access to power or internet? Do you need a place to store supplies nearby? 

Here are some learning hallways. Learning commons. Found space. Teachers are using every bit of space they can find to create opportunities for students to engage. These new learning environments can be small, for personalized instruction or individual study, or collaborative, where students work on small group projects. More and more, they are being programmed into new construction as permanent or swing space. Scroll down for design ideas and products that can be used in Learning Hallways.

When learning really DOES happen anywhere.

ANY SPACE CAN BE A LEARNING HALLWAY

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Turn a lobby or foyer into a learning hallway with BLOC and STP. Lightweight, easy clean and flexible, these adaptable seating options can be moved and reconfigured for groups or single student, then moved out of the way when you need the space. 
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Carve out niches and cubbies in the library to create collaborative or contemplative zones where students can work on projects. Add casters and you can move tables to the side if you need open space for larger groups or community events.
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The open space within grade-specific neighborhoods can become usable space for arts and sciences classes. Bring in tables for group work and offer a variety of seating options, from sit-on-the-floor to bar height. Don't forget to add lots of color for fun!
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