Creating a modern learning environment requires you to understand the different learning styles of students.
Furniture should always play a part in providing critical support to learning. If you think about it, the ultimate purpose of school furniture is to contribute to student success.
It's important to have different learning spaces for students who learn in different ways. For example:
- Creative - ideally there's low spaces, seats for individuals but close to others - these students like to operate where they can see others and what they are doing.
- Logical - these students look for a space that suits the activity - group work means a big table to congregate around or a conference style space, whereas for projects or study they want to be alone, so may in a booth.
- Interpersonal - for this learning style they like as much interaction as possible - so sitting facing each other in groups generally provides the best results.
- Controlled - these are the organised, structured learning students. For them, their own space is important - they are in control and it keeps them being distracted.
So its not one size fits all any more - and that's where CES can help you create the environment so all your students cna flourish and achieve their full potential. We have an exciting range of furniture that reflects a new way of learning and is attractive, flexible and you students and teachers will love working with it.
We can also create made to measure furniture to suite your individual school and learning space.
To learn more about our furniture solutions check out our 2017/2017 modern learning catalogue and the Education Furniture section of our website.
CES is a school-owned organisation specialising in the provision of goods and services to the education sector. For more information about the goods and services we provide please visit our website www.cessl.org.nz, call us free on 0800 205 267 or drop us an email at email@example.com.