Can Flexible Classrooms Boost Student Achievement?
The research suggests that flexibility and a sense of ownership make a real difference for students—but it’s not the furniture at work.
December 7, 2018
Looking for studies and resources cited in this video?
- Peter Barrett et al.'s 2016 paper “The Impact of Classroom Design on Pupils' Learning”
- John A.C. Hattie and Gregory M. Donoghue's 2016 paper: “Learning Strategies: A Synthesis and Conceptual Model”
- American Institutes of Research's 2016 article, “Study of Deeper Learning: Opportunities and Outcomes”
- California Dept. of Education's resource guide, “Best Practices & Resources for Flexible Learning Environments”