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Classrooms of the Future (CoF)

The Teaching and Learning Commons is piloting one classroom of the future for each of the four schools, to identify several types that can be implemented campus wide based on the teaching and learning needs of the different schools.  Desired capabilities could include but not limited to:

  • A space that provides innovative and forward-thinking activities;
  • Ease of use (chairs, tables, choice in boards, projectors, technology); Sustainable; Video recording; IoT.
  • Futuristic capabilities:  Virtual Reality, Distance Learning classroom.

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FINAL CoF Design Session

13 February

1200-1300

Reed 101 

 

Faculty, instructors, and students are encouraged to attend as Aviar Designs presents their 95% design solution for the CoF project on Wednesday, 13 Decmeber. 

Faculty and instructors provided valuable feedback following Aviar's 65% solution presentation in December allowing the team to generate an FAQ and amend their presentation to answer some of the attendees questions.  

Visit the CoF Design page or click here to find the updated 65% solution and FAQ answers.

 


 

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Current Classroom Feedback Form

 

The CoF team recognizes that teaching looks different from one class/room to another, and understanding what works and doesn’t work is an essential component in finding compatible solutions. Our goal is to make sure specific needs of the NPS teaching and learning community are identified and ensure the right tools are chosen to accomplish the job. We encourage all faculty and students to take a moment and fill out the CoF feedback form so that our team can identify capabilities and functionalities of classrooms that are not being met as well as classrooms that are preferred for innovative teaching.

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Contact Us or Provide Feedback

We want to hear from you! Please submit your questions, ideas, and comments to TLC@nps.edu.

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References

Note: The links to the companies below are for reference only, and not an endorsement of the companies, their products or services.

Designing Schools for a Modern Learning Environment (article)
Bright Tree Studios (business portfolio)
HoN Company (business portfolio)

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Design Considerations for Classrooms

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