The Superintendent’s Innovation Fellowship Completes a 4-Year Classroom Redesign Project
The Superintendent’s Innovation Fellowship has focused on supporting 21st Century teaching including project-based learning and personalized learning by engaging students and teachers in a design process to realize their ideal classroom environments. By engaging in a student and teacher-centered design process, the seven SIF schools redesigned their learning environments to directly address the learning needs of their students. These redesigned spaces have more flexible uses, foster student projects and collaboration, and are more inclusive and accessible to a variety of learners. Over the course of four years, seven schools and 27 classrooms were redesigned. In addition, 16 classrooms received redesign microgrants and in 2022-23, five special education classrooms received microgrants. The SIF Fellows have been incredibly passionate, committed, and grateful for their classroom designs as is evident in the SIF Case Study 2019-23 and SIF Photo Gallery.
Please visit the SIF website at sfusd.edu/SIF to view videos, a photo gallery, and classroom redesign resources.
This page was last updated on August 22, 2023