The new Saixon math classroom at the University of Texas at Austin has been praised for its innovative design and innovation.
The new classroom, which was first unveiled in February, has been hailed for its unique design, innovation, and learning outcomes.
“This is the first of many,” University of Utah professor and math tutor Susan McBride said.
“We can’t wait to see what the students learn in this new classroom.”
The new school is a hybrid classroom, meaning it has both classroom space and learning space.
“It is a high-density classroom, where you can go and learn more, but also have a lot of space that is designed for reading and working on math problems,” said Texas A&M University professor and school administrator Lisa Riddle.
The Saixons design has a more open structure with students learning in groups and then collaborating with teachers.
“Students can choose to read on the left side, or to read in the middle of the room, or go outside, or take a nap on the right side,” McBride explained.
The school has two large classrooms with a separate teaching room, a classroom office, and a learning room.
“The teachers are going to have to do a lot more than just teach and discuss,” Riddle said.
In addition to the new classrooms, there are also new classrooms and learning areas.
The design of the new classroom has been lauded for its creativity.
“Saixon is a really unique design that I’m really proud of,” Riddell said.
Students can work with their peers in the learning room and take turns reading and discussing math problems.
The classroom also features a “tiger cage” system.
Students are separated into groups and work on different problems together.
“If you’re reading a math problem, you’re doing the same thing as a kid that’s working on a math class,” Riddles said.
Riddells math class is a good example of how Saixonics design is effective in teaching, learning, and development.
The first lesson in her class was designed to teach students about the different components of numbers.
The students have to take turns writing out the numbers.
“When you’re working on numbers, you have to think about what the numbers mean and what it means to the students,” McBridhes student said.
Her teacher, a math expert, helped her to develop a vocabulary that helped her keep track of the numbers and their meaning.
The next lesson, which taught students about trigonometry, had them develop a theory of trigonometric function.
“They’re going to be able to really get into the concepts of what a square root is, what a logarithm is, and what the logarigms are,” Mcbridhes teacher said.
The class is still in the early stages, but McBriggs teacher is looking forward to teaching more students in the future.
“As long as we have people that want to learn, we have to keep making this happen,” Ridells teacher said, “because it’s really important that we make sure that students learn.”
In the future, the Saixos math room will have more learning space and more classroom space for students to work together.