"I like to use my hands to develop ideas, create models using tools and scribble my ideas and thoughts as they come to me. Sometimes I work in groups and other times I work alone."
The Experiential learning mode is a tactile, project driven, student-centred active learning approach, focusing on critical thinking and problem solving; all of which relate directly to the real world. Its exploratory and experimental basis is important for motor kinaesthetic and motor mechanic ways of learning.
The ideal settings use stand-at tables with writeable surfaces, trolleys with a range of tub sizes for all sorts of hands-on activities. Stools may be desired by some students, whilst ﬂoor cushions help some students remain in a space longer and with greater focus. Small group settings using both soft and hard seating with tiered potential allows the space to move from one learning mode to another; but always with a ‘hands-on’ capability. A display or presentation area should also be considered.
Includes - Ruckus Chairs, Ruckus Stools, Create-a-Space High Benches with Writeable Tops, Pirouette 120 Degree Tables, Pirouette Rectangular Tables, Connection Zone Writeable Screens, Bloc Ottomans, Booth Screens with Writeable Backs, Orbit Ottoman with Writeable Top, Cushpods, Tik Tok Stools, Dual and Single Gratnell Storage Trolley’s, and a Sit-to-Stand Lectern