Steven Kelley Discusses the Recently Completed Flexible Learning Hall at Stanford University’s School of Education

Steven Kelley discusses the recently completed flexible learning environment at Stanford University’s School of Education from Nexus 1 on Vimeo.

Some say that well over half of the nation’s school & university space is functionally obsolete – and as these facilities age the problem only gets worse.

At MKThink we are often presented with the challenge of how to transform dysfunctional space into high performance space once again – and the upside potential for students, educators and learning institutions alike is huge. At Stanford’s School of Education, educators have sought more effective ways to connect teaching to comprehension and have embraced more interactive forms of learning — group discussion, active participation, and so on; thus, the need for more adaptable space is essential.

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