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design and function

A Newton Room should be an appealing and inspiring learning environment. Individual settings and conditions help to make each Newton Room unique. The overarching goal is always functionality and outstanding quality.
The education in Newton Room is dynamic and varied, and the room is suitable for students of all age groups. In addition, the Newton Rooms should be adapted to a wide range of modules, which is the teaching plan in a Newton RoomThis requires flexible spaces in terms of furnishing and space utilization.  

The Newton Room may vary in size, but an area of between 150m2 – 250m2 is recommended.

A Newton Room usually consists of a main room with workstations, a collaboration zone for group discussion and reflection, a lab area, a storage room, a coatroom, and a workplace/office for the Newton Teachers. FIRST Scandinavia works with each local Newton Room project team to develop custom solutions.

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Newton Gildeskål in Norway
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Newton Møre in Ålesund, Norway
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Fort Williams, Scotland