Industrial design and other minimalist themes are popular for small offices. They give tenants great customization options and also help achieve a great look on a small budget. But sometimes, an open office floor plan isn’t the best fit for every circumstance. Add dividers and temporary rooms where you need them with movable room dividers. Here are four ways to create spaces when you need them.
Dry erase boards have been around for decades, being utilized in academic learning environments as well as being a staple in company conference rooms. However, modern innovations have improved the concept of “dry erase” to make group learning more efficient and accommodate changing situations for better productivity. Having dry erase boards that complement each other ensures students can collaborate and visualize their ideas while allowing teachers to customize and adapt lesson plans for both group and individualized learning.
Here are several dry erase solutions to help guide in picking what’s right for your learning environment:
Wall-Mounted Dry Erase 2.0
While traditional dry erase whiteboards have eclipsed old chalkboards (which date back to the 19th century), there have been many recent advancements that make these boards better and better. Some of these innovations include a frameless design to help utilize extra board space while providing an attractive and elegant appearance. Materials such as porcelain-coated steel with aluminum help with mounting on a curved wall while minimizing dry erase ghosting after repeated use. The Elemental Frameless Dry Erase Board by Best-Rite offers a wall-mounted dry erase board that also doubles as a projection screen that contributes to a seamless transition between lesson plans.
Learning environments continuously change for many reasons which includes evolving teaching methods, budgetary constraints,and last-minute lesson plan changes. In addition, space separation is needed for medical emergency triage, voting and tradeshow check-in & registration management, as well as factory or building workflow streamlining. Having organizational tools that can be quickly transported, deployed, and adapted such as the Screenflex Partition is an invaluable tool to meet the constant changes in classrooms and business environments. But how do you know if you need one?
Here are several reasons to consider investing in a Screenflex Partition:
Learning Environment Utility
Did your school recently switch back to traditional class scheduling and you need to maximize classroom space? A Screenflex Partition effectively bisects a classroom allowing simultaneous teaching of multiple subjects thus keeping the 50-minute class rotation between students efficient. It’s also perfect for splitting up a classroom for study hall, tutoring station, or a back staging area for prepping presentations and deliverables. The Freestanding Portable Partition by Screenflex offers a durable, adaptive, and practical solution for hotels that need quick area set ups, office training areas, and learning environments that need to accommodate different student needs.
We’re thrilled to have an expert from Screenflex Partitions explain one great, but sometimes overlooked, possibility that their portable room dividers offer. Kevin Maas from Screenflex makes some great points about their more artistic side.
Showcasing students’ artwork is the pinnacle event of the school year. It is a time to highlight the artists’ works of art as well as to connect with parents and guests in attendance. However, planning an art show takes time, creativity and a lot of hard work. So finding the perfect way to display student artwork is essential to a well organized and welcoming art show.