Recently we discussed how colours have a psychological effect on the brain. When used in a classroom, the colours you use can impact their mood, attentiveness, focus and overall productivity. Flexible classroom furniture is an easy way to incorporate bright colours into your classroom to stimulate your students’ minds.
We’ve already discussed that the physical environment a student learns in has a direct correlation with the academic performance of students. But this extends far beyond the flexible classroom furniture you invest in; it involves the way in which a classroom is laid out.
There is no single classroom layout that suits every classroom activity, however, to effectively engage students in an activity, the classroom layout should reflect the needs of the task at hand. In fact, the way in which your classroom is set up can have a direct impact on the effectiveness of the lesson and the learning potential of the students.
So, you’ve heard about flexible classroom furniture but you’re not sure how to implement it in your classroom.
Contrary to popular belief, creating a flexible classroom doesn’t have to be an expensive and daunting task– in fact, with a few simple school furniture upgrades, you can start creating your very own flexible classroom that is scientifically proven to improve the academic performance of students.