How can we rethink when, where, and how learning happens?
Groundbreaking schools use time, space, and learning technology fluidly and creatively.
By challenging old assumptions about facilities, schedules, and modes of instruction, schools can open up exciting new possibilities for student-centered learning.
Time, space, and technology are resources that schools can use thoughtfully and well. By being flexible and creative with time, we can empower students and teachers to build learning experiences that work for them. By using space differently and thinking beyond the traditional bounds of the classroom, the surrounding community and the wider world can be leveraged as rich learning environments. Finally, by using technology effectively and appropriately, schools can enhance student learning, expand teacher capacity, and support meaningful personalized learning. Let’s make time, space, and technology expand student learning, not limit it.