The Student-Centered Classroom is a collaborative space where students are active participants in their education. They are creating and innovating, not simply memorizing, regurgitating, and forgetting. We build these environments with activity, inclusion, and action. A space that includes all children and how they uniquely and individually learn and can adapt to meet the criteria of the curriculum.
The Learning Commons is the evolution of the traditional stationary library, both physically and digitally. The Learning Commons has evolved to be a flexible and adaptable place of discovery, innovation, and collaboration, which leads students to a greater level of engagement in their learning through exploration, experimentation, and connection beyond the classroom.
A Makerspace is the purpose and execution through learning. In a time when much knowledge is consumed, a Makerspace gives children the chance to explore and create. The space gives students the tools and materials needed to create, explore, and move from consumption to creation for physical learning.