To drive better learning and improved outcomes, progressive schools have adopted new pedagogical methods which use multiple techniques for interaction with students.
1. Lectures – using whiteboards or projectors
2. Individual work – using laptops or paper notebooks
3. Group discussions – with or without trainers
4. Display and review of work on walls on special occasions
5. Activities/physical exercise/dance – using floor space
Each of these techniques requires a diﬀerent layout of furniture in the classroom.
Most traditional classroom furniture is restrictive by design. Usually laid out in two-seaters with an integrated desk, it does not allow the flexibility that your progressive classroom needs. Some of the common restrictions are:
1. Restrictive Posture
2. Rigid Layouts
3. Unsuitable for laptop use
4. Cannot be Stacked
5. Difficult to clean room
Arise Flexi converts an ordinary table into an ergonomic sit/stand table, perfect for laptop computers.