iGen is the first generation to never have lived without fast-moving technology. Discover six trends that illustrate how this generation is changing education and the workplace.
Active Learning Center Grant recipients study how their new space impacted educators and students in the first year.
Steelcase Education General Manager Madelyn Hankins shares how education leaders are using active learning and collaboration in schools and across
Mentor Public Schools shares the impact of an innovative professional development program that lets teachers practice how they teach.
A review of published research on active learning classrooms investigates their impact.
Micro schools, team taught classes, design thinking practices. In this episode, why it’s so crucial for educators to learn from each other. Tom Vander Ark, CEO of Getting Smart and author of Better Together, joins Steelcase WorkSpace Futures researchers Aileen Strickland-McGee and Gaby Scarritt for a discussion centered around the power of networking in education.
Discover how four Active Learning Center Grant recipients embrace a more collaborative approach to education by transforming their space.
How one university is using Steelcase Education classrooms to prepare students for a rapidly changing world.
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 (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.
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.
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.