Learning environments should be dynamic and a reflection of organisational culture and aspirations. They inform us about how learning happens, what and who is valued and how the learners and visitors in that space are regarded. Re-framing the way that people think about learning environments inside and out, Elizabeth Jarman challenges historical thinking about the way that they are organised, aligned to latest research into brain development, physicality and learning, skills acquisition and interpersonal connectivity, to create highly effective and intellectually active spaces.
Using an evidenced inquiry-based learning approach, Elizabeth works with architects to educators across the globe to help learners thrive and succeed in environments that are communication friendly and designed with intention.
As sole providers of the Communication Friendly Spaces™ Approach we collaborate with teachers, educators and families to create optimum conditions for learning and engagement.