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The nuts and bolts of The Imagination Lab
The nuts and bolts of The Imagination Lab
Sabrina Kapp
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The Imagination Lab will be made up of bold colors, high ceilings and natural light. The space will be divided into three main areas: classrooms, collaboration space, and the studio.

There will be four classrooms that can be opened into two large rooms. The rooms will have flexible workstations, but a traditional class will be able to work effectively in this space.

The collaboration space will be filled with open space and modular tables, where students go work in small groups or independently, on the floor or at tables. 

The studio will be the largest of the three areas, and will be made up of a messy space, a technology space, a maker space, a fabrication lab, two green rooms and two sound booths, and an amphitheater. 

The messy space will have easy access to water and deep sinks, ideal for science experiments and art projects. 

The technology space will have everything students need to learn coding, to create their own programs and even games, and to learn to navigate software that will allow them to marry presentations, music, news reports and then share them with their classmates, or the world around them.