Here, a K-12 Learning Studio is a one-of-a kind hybrid of a classroom, studio, and family room designed by the teacher
(and students) to form unique *micro learning spaces that can be fixed or are mobile and modular in design.

*Micro Learning Spaces are defined areas within a learning studio equipped with specific materials, technology and/or furniture.
AV and Visual Communications 
Three-Tier Budget Design Solutions
(Note - Cumulative estimated costs building from Tiers I - III)
Tier I Learning Studio
Budget 1-2 LED Display(s) and
Presentation Station
Tier II Learning Studio
Budget 1-2 LED Display(s) with
1-2 Fixed and/or Mobile Whiteboard/Glassboards
Tier III Learning Studio
Budget LED(s), Whiteboards or Grassboards, and
Instructional Audio System
Furniture 
Three-Tier Budget Design Solutions
(Note - Cumulative estimated costs building from Tiers I to II to III)

For most teachers and their school Principal, moving from a traditional classroom of all the same desks and chairs, to a learning studio made up of micro learning spaces, is not an instant change, but rather an evolving process. Here, we will provide three progressive tiered examples that starts by introducing some soft furniture into hard furniture classrooms. 

The Learning Studio 'evolves' by taking out a number of old furniture pieces out and replacing with mobile and modular types of furniture.
Tier I Learning Studio 
Budget 1-2
Furniture Spaces in 
Evolving Stages
Tier I Traditional Classroom
40 Students Alternative

Tier II Learning Studio
Budget 2-4
Furniture Spaces in Evolving Stages
Tier III Learning Studio
Budget All Furniture Spaces 
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