School Furniture

The next generation classrooms and furniture must support Collaborative Learning curriculum because it will be the model for the foreseeable future.

The classroom furniture’s design can help students learn (and teachers teach) in several subtle and not-so-subtle ways. Some of the more obvious ways are through meeting physical requirements like size, making sure the furniture is properly scaled to fit the size of the student. Classroom furniture that fits eliminates a distraction and helps students to concentrate.

the educational benefits of collaborative learning include:

Producing higher group and individual achievement, higher quality reasoning strategies, more and more new ideas and solutions to problems.
Developing higher-level thinking (not just recalling facts), oral communication, self-management, and leadership skills.
Learning to confidently present and defend ideas, which increases the student’s self-esteem and responsibility.
Fostering growth in maturity and confidence on the parts of the learners, because it promotes student-educator interaction and exposes the student to diverse perspectives.

School Settings

  • Classrooms
  • Learning Commons
  • Libraries
  • STEM Environment
  • Early Childhood
  • Makerspace
  • Art Classrooms
  • Computer Labs
  • Cafe & Lounge
  • Collaborative
  • Higher-Ed
  • Outdoor Learning
  • Esports