COVID-19 and CDC Guidelines: How To Design A Classroom For Social Distancing
Many classrooms are not well-suited to social distancing. They are filled with desks, manipulatives, bookshelves, equipment, and, most importantly, students. Despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles and room size limitations, you can apply CDC guidelines to give students and teachers safe spaces to learn, team, and interact.
You need to understand the detailed considerations to know how to prioritize action items, apply the guidance to your facilities, and maximize safety.
- What are the latest guidelines from the CDC and OSHA?
- What classroom layouts work best?
- What alternatives to traditional desks should you consider?
- How can you ensure safe distancing?
- How should you incorporate in-person, hybrid, and distance learning models?
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