Collaboration stations: These individuals don't work in square cubicles with high walls in rows with no windows. This is a thing of the past. They work in no wall environments with desks and tables pushed to the edges so that collaborative tables can be in the middle.
So, why do our students sit in separated rows?
So, why do our students use lined paper?
Minimal Mass-Audiences: There were little to no conference rooms or large meeting rooms. I counted 3-4 projectors in total on our tour. They collaborate personally not in mass consumption PowerPoints.
So, why do our students "learn" from lectures?
So, why do our students function in factories?
The excuse of preparation for "the working world" is no longer valid.