High School Communities and Learning Commons
High schools are being challenged to address the demands of a very tech-savvy, mobile population of students. The learning commons model strives to provide environments that are media rich, learner-driven but still include the necessary guidance and mediation of professional educators at various points along the learning continuum. How existing resources are used can profoundly affect the perceived relevance and use of various learning spaces within high school settings.
This webinar will examine how high schools across the country are addressing the needs of both their students and their communities by adopting new approaches to learning and learning spaces.
This webinar will explore:
- Ways in which high schools are applying learning commons models
- How effective application of agile space design affects learning in non-classroom settings
- Examples of budget-conscious implementations
By the end of the webinar, attendees will:
- Gain awareness of the variety of ways high schools are addressing the evolving needs of their student bodies and communities.
- Recognize the elements of successful learning commons
- Understand how high schools redefining learning space to both support and extend beyond the classroom