The Dynamic Hexagon

A table formation which facilitates discussion between students in an attempt for comments to be directed towards the group rather than the professors, who are on the same plane as the students and are integrated opposite each other in the classroom formation. This classroom format is intended to give students access to engagement, while the corners of the hexagon allow those who wish to participate silently to do so in a manner where attention is deflected off of them. Professors are meant to sit across from each other at different ends of the hexagon for equal engagement for all students. The open hexagon promotes flexibility as both students and professors can move throughout the center easily. We wanted all students to be able to face one another for better communication of ideas throughout the classroom

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