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Classrooms with level floor, depending on location, seating capacity of 17-150. Desks usually have tablet arms and are facing the teaching area, some featuring raised teaching platforms. All classrooms contain lecturn/desks, with fully embedded technology.
Auditoria Lecture Classrooms
Classrooms with sloped or raked floor, depending on location, seating capacity of 67-247. Desks are usually tablet arm chairs facing teacher arena, some featuring raised teaching platforms. All contain lecturns or lecturn/desks with fully embedded technology.
Classrooms with seating at tables, depending on location, with seating capacity of 14-24. Tables usually set in solid square or hollow square style. Most contain AV cabinets with fully embedded technology.
Case Study Classrooms
Classrooms with raked floor (stepped up toward rear of room), depending on location, seating capacity of 60-65. Chairs placed at desks shaped like half circles, or horseshoes all facing teacher arenas. All contain lecturns or lecturn/desks with fully equiped technology.
Interactive Computer Classrooms
Classrooms with level or raked floor (stepped up toward rear of room), depending on location, seating capacity of 24-28. Each student location features a workstation. All workstations face the teacher arena. Each room contains a lecturn or lecturn/desk with fully embedded technology. A few of the classrooms have software allowing the teacher to control each computer, take control of a given computer to send information to a larger display screen, or to all student locations.