What Make One of Paul Bunton’s 21st Century Classrooms?

Paul Bunton believes in giving students the best possible environment in which to learn. This is why he has created his vision of a 21st century classroom. Paul Bunton and his team at BCA Architects have created a prototype of this classroom at his headquarters in San Jose, California. This classroom has a technologically advanced and non-traditional design that encourages students to be active participants in their education.

Technologically advanced classrooms include things like interactive tablets that students can use to read textbooks or do research. Many of the visions that Paul Bunton has for education involve technology like interactive projectors, LED touch screen TVs, and interactive projectors. The teacher may use an interactive white board that can pull directly from the students’ personal tablets. Students can also download the information on the whiteboard directly to their tablets. Many classrooms around the country are already implementing many of Paul Bunton’s designs into their schools. Because students are already so technologically advanced, Paul Bunton believes that we should use that to encourage the curiosity of high school students.

Classrooms following Paul Bunton’s 21st century designs do not include the traditional desk layout. The layout is more open, allowing the student to work together and collaborate on projects. This also gives the instructor a clear view of each student. There is no more hiding behind the person in front of you. Students are encouraged to participate and talk through ideas until the group has a clear understanding of the new information that is being taught.

Paul Bunton’s vision of the 21st century classroom includes more technology and more interaction between the student and the teacher. The strength of our education system is important to Paul Bunton. This is why he has spent much of the last 25 years designing and building innovative and creative learning centers all over California.

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