What Does Personalized Learning Look Like?

Personalized learning is gaining momentum thanks to new technologies and the needs of today’s workforce. Steelcase researchers, Gaby Scarritt and Aileen Strickland McGee, interviewed dozens of educators to learn how personalized learning helps students and educators and how the physical environment can help. (Read the full report: A Guide to Personalized Learning)

Guide to Personalized Learning Experiences

Personalized learning per se isn’t a new concept. Every day, educators adapt lesson plans to ensure students meet learning objectives. Teachers draw on their professional experience and use a variety of techniques to help students learn and engage with the material.

The Institut International de Lancy Case Study

The Institut International de Lancy (IIL) is integrating active learning and technology to create a campus that reflects life outside of school. See how partnering with Steelcase Education helped IIL design classrooms that break the traditional mold and are preparing students for the future. Read more about the case study.

Coaching Students for the 21st-Century

How a forward-thinking school in Geneva, Switzerland joined forces with Steelcase Education to create learning environments that reflect life off campus and prepare students for the future.

Trends for the Future of Education with Jeff Selingo

Author, professor and visiting scholar, Jeff Selingo, shares his vision for the future of learning. Explore how job and technology trends will make place more important than ever.

Two Roads. One Educator. A Shared Journey.

Dr. Julie Marshall, Saluda Trail Middle School teacher in Rock Hill, South Carolina, shares her inspiring story of how active learning teaching methods and a double organ transplant empowered her students in surprising ways. She was one of the first recipients of the Steelcase Education Active Learning Center Grant which came at a serendipitous time. Dr. Marshall’s health challenges became a catalyst for learning and the new classroom helped improve student outcomes. Read more in Classroom Redesign Improves Reading.

Steelcase to Acquire Education Leader Smith System

Smith System manufactures high quality furniture for pre-K-12 education spaces designed to inspire better learning and improve outcomes for students.

A Two-Part Equation for Active Learning

Three educators boil down active learning into a two-part equation guaranteed to support student success and enhance teachers’ experiences in an active learning classroom.

Active Learning Fosters Soft Skills in Students

Employers are seeking students with strong soft skills, LaSalle College is using active learning pedagogy, tools and classrooms to teach these traits.

String Theory Schools: Redefining Urban Education

Jason Corosanite, co-founder and chief innovation officer of String Theory Schools, shares how their pedagogies challenge conventional assumptions and help kids discover what they love at an early age.

Three Perspectives on the Future of Higher Education

Experts in education tackle how flipped learning, 21st century skills and virtual and augmented reality will change the way students learn.