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Student Display Space

Student Display Space

Student Display Space


Student displays suffer from three common issues: (1) display space is often an afterthought, not a designed feature of the learning environment, (2) commercially produced art and teaching tools can lack meaning and significance, (3) displays can easily cross the line from helpful visual aids to overwhelming clutter that inhibits learning.


To ensure student displays are meaningful, engaging, and not overly stimulating, it is important that the displays are both integral to the design of the learning environment and contain visuals that are either personalized student work or learning tools that are relevant and timely to what students are learning.

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