These typologies describe five different classroom types that increase in openness with varying configurability from traditional, Type A, to open-plan, Type E.
Research suggests that type ‘D’ provides the greatest flexibility for teachers and students supporting appropriate learning and teaching (Dovey & Fisher, 2014).
Teachers and students can reconfigure settings to enable varied learning modes and maximise use of space within hubs.
NSW DoE are designing learning hubs to reflect best practice in learning environments.
For more information see http://www.iletc.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Factsheet1_release.pdf