Future Learning Environments
Joshua Hills Elementary School was the first of nine schools within Palmdale School District to receive modernized Future Learning Environments and has served as the Prototype for the remaining eight schools. Future Learning Environments (FLE) are classroom spaces that promote a personalized approach allowing each student to take control of their own learning. Students are unique and learn in different ways. The FLE's being established within the District allows teachers to quickly adjust to a students' learning type.
Features & Benefits:
- A variety of seating options and writing surfaces that are on wheels which allows the
teachers/students to change the layout of the classroom quickly to adopt to the type of learning that is necessary
for a successful lesson or project
- Storage space with more versatility. Storage units of all shapes and sizes
are on wheels with white boards on the back. The teacher can move them around the room to
create different learning hubs or stations
- Adjustable and moveable teacher lecture. The teacher will be able to lead their lesson from any point
within the room and can adjust the height to create a different vibe depending on the message that is being conveyed
- Floor to Ceiling, alternating tackable and white board space.
Keeping with the theme of mobility and a continuously adaptable environment, teachers will be able
to utilize all sides of the classroom to present their lessons