A well designed learning environment can make a big difference. The photo below (taken with Pano for iPhone) is of the “studio” area of The Apple Store in Palo Alto, California. I love this “learning bar” design. This area is separate from the “Genius Bar” area where troubleshooting takes place. This is the best designed Apple Store “Studio” area I’ve seen to date. If I was redesigning or designing a school, I’d create some spaces that have a similar look, feel and atmosphere.
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On this day..
- July 11, 2015: Student Journalism / Storychaser Club 101 Workshop - 2015
- No-edit Audio Podcasts of Conference Presentations Via Cinch @cinchcast #edapp #tatc11 - 2011
- Managing iOS Devices in the Classroom #tatc11 - 2011
- Celebrating Texas Voices in White Oak - TCEA Area 7 Tech Conference #tatc11 - 2011
- Live and archived Ustream recordings from the Castilleja Summer Learning Institute - 2010
- Public education is not failing, but political spin doctors want you to think so - 2010
- Explain Virtually Anything with Claymation and Digital Storytelling - 2010
- Podcast320: Lessons Learned Recording, Editing, and Publishing Digital Audio - 2009
- links for 2008-06-10 - 2008
- Trends, Tools, and Tactics for 21st Century Learning - 2008