Let's get right to it: most designs for classroom technology are based on a 20-year old paradigm
of furniture, cables and pipes (and lots of equipment). While continuing to
replicate these dinosaurs may serve to ensure job security (for now), this
model requires heavy infrastructure that
adds cost and locks the room into a rigid floorplan that does not support
progressive teaching and learning practice.
This week, Joe Schuch delivers Part Three in our "Open Proposal for Innovation Series" in which we challenge the AV-1 community for outside-the-box ideas to solve inside-the-classroom challenges and obstacles. It is our wish to encourage you to recognize that it is up to YOU, dear reader, to shatter assumptions widely viewed as unchangeable. You can do this. In countless ways you have surely done so already, else why would you be reading AV-1? (See what we did there?)