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Wednesday, November 11 • 23:30 - 23:45
How to create a positive human experience in your learning environment

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Learn how multi-functional classroom furniture can foster an experiential learning environment and a positive human experience.

Engaging at different levels
Examples: Students learn best when they are relaxed. A simple example is reading at floor height works. However reading sat at desks designed from the industrial age creates creative mind block!

Trying a range of applications
Products such as the Muzo Xbrick help students to learn with context. This multi-functional tool can be used to build up and down, promoting physical education, creative skills or simple social interactions. The Xbrick is great for sitting on, drawing on, or supporting larger structures. Learn how children can use this to visualise everyday situations and solve problems.

Experimenting with colours
Visual stimuli are crucial for effective early learning, which is why all our chairs and tables come in a varied colour palette. In particular, certain colours encourage certain emotions. Yellow, for example, is ideal for performing arts environments as it promotes energy and happiness.

Flexible collaboration and individual learning
Experiential learning can take place alone or in groups. With Kite tables, students can gather together to learn through play, and break away when needed. Likewise, individual dividers can free older students from distractions, allowing them to focus on the task in hand.

Lower reverberations for minimal stress
Children with additional learning needs may become overwhelmed by too many stimuli. Muzo’s dividers are made with soft materials to absorb sound, ensuring that children do not suffer from sensory overload. Again, this allows them to concentrate in a calming environment.

Grouping items together by context
Products such as the Stashbox allow students to organise their personal items for better learning. They can then apply context to this, for example, gathering plastic fruit and vegetables for re-enacting the grocery store. This helps to build organisational skills and word associations.

Discover Why we all need experiential learning?
Whether we’re visual, audial or sensory learners, thinkers or doers, we all benefit from learning in context. Experiential learning gives us that freedom to learn at our own pace, without the constraints of leaders or curriculums to follow.

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Darren Buttle

Furniture Visionary & Founder @ MUZO-WORKS, MUZO-WORKS
Darren Buttle is the CEO and founder of Muzo. Muzo-Works design and manufacture modern, experiential, multi-functional, Indoor & Outdoor, furniture to positively impact Lives & Learning spaces. Muzo operates design, production & test facilities in the USA, UK & Asia. A Brit, located... Read More →

Wednesday November 11, 2020 23:30 - 23:45 CET
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