Today’s Patent- SCHOOL BUILDING
School designs typically organized into long, often windowless corridors, lined with 900-square-foot classrooms—a floor plan that consigns teachers and students to work in relative isolation behind closed doors.
Today, technology plays an increasingly active role in daily classroom work, and educators see the ideal instructional model to prepare students to be college- and career- ready.
JAMES C. STEWART, invented certain new and useful Improvements in School Buildings and got patent number 358083A on 22nd of February 1887.
The main objective behind this invention was to provide teachers and students with a variety of learning areas for collaboration, project-based learning, and independent work.
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