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Studio Classrooms and Flow

Clarence Fisher has been experimenting with, and writing about, studio models of learning. Instead of the teacher dominating the discussion, get learners to work together and create an environment of energy and innovation. This learning model is valuable in that it provides a balance between the expert and the learners. Learners are active in their activities, while the instructor “hovers” around, highlighting interesting projects, getting learners together to focus on exceptional work, fostering discussion, creativity, and exploration. Studio classrooms and flow: “But moving towards a studio, I have seen almost all classroom management issues disappear.”