During the 2020-21 school year, educators have embraced a nimble outlook toward planning in response to the shifting COVID-19 landscape. To help navigate the year, schools and colleges have quickly implemented a wide array of in-person, online and hybrid approaches to teaching and learning. Moving forward, what are the biggest challenges for creating learning environments that must function simultaneously in-person and online?
This white paper covers the various options for concurrent classroom designs to address the needs of asynchronous learning.
The tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, has once again brought the issue of school security into the national conversation. In 2020, Fanning Howey hosted a school security webinar featuring Michael Dorn, ExecutiveFull Article
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This past year, we have had the pleasure of designing smarter places for collaborating, convening, competing and learning for our Higher Education clients. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite recently completed and in-progress Higher EducationFull Article