by Mark Valenti CTS, President and CEO, The Sextant Group
The next generation of learning spaces start with the same characteristics of an active learning environment—flexibility, collaboration, team-based, project-based—but add an important difference: the capability of creating and making. While the concept is certainly not new, low-cost, high-performance technology is transforming the very nature of the create/make activities. In his EDUCAUSEreview article “Beyond Active Learning: Transformation of The Learning Space,” Mark Valenti takes a closer look at tomorrow’s learning spaces and what these new spaces mean for those tasked with designing them. Click here for the full article.