Variable space concepts

With the help of functional and easily arranged furniture, spaces can be altered and swiftly adapted to specific and changing teaching needs.

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Differentiation in teaching.

The rhythm of the modern school day is variable, work in the whole class group alternates with learning alone or in small groups, while there are also phases of relaxation. The space must be capable of short-term adaptation – for instance, from a large circle of chairs to teacher-centred learning or focussed silent work.

With Shift+ rooms can be quickly adapted to meet these changing requirements. Students and the teacher can configure the space themselves without having to ask for help from outside. The classroom gains new perspectives – and thus many additional teaching opportunities.