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ERIC Number: ED014854
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1955
Pages: 4
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TEACHING SPACE DIVIDER.
BELLOMY, CLEON C.; CAUDILL, WILLIAM W.
TYPES OF VERTICAL WORK SURFACES AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL TEACHING SPACE DIVIDER ARE DISCUSSED IN THIS REPORT. THIS DESIGN IS BASED ON THE EXPRESSED NEED FOR MORE TACKBOARD AND SHELVING SPACE, AND FOR MOVABLE PARTITIONS. THE MODEL PANELS WHICH SERVE DIRECTLY AS PARTITIONS RATHER THAN BEING OVERLAID ON A PLASTERED SURFACE, INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS--(1) SERVING AS UNITS TO DIVIDE SPACE, (2) SERVING AS VERTICAL WORK SURFACES, AND (3) FACILITATING EASY INTERIOR CHANGES. FOUR TYPES OF SURFACE, PREFABRICATED ON A FOUR BY EIGHT FOOT MODULE, INCLUDE--(1) CHALKBOARD PANELS, PROVIDING A LARGE-SCALE WRITING AND DRAWING SURFACE, (2) DOWEL PANELS, PROVIDING SHELF AND EASEL SPACE, (3) TACKBOARDS, PROVIDING A FULL WALL AREA DISPLAY SPACE, AND (4) PERFORATED PANELS, PROVIDING AN ACOUSTIC AND VERSATILE HANGING SURFACE. PANELS ARE MOUNTED DIRECTLY ON STUDS AND MAY BE DEMOUNTED AND INTERCHANGED AS NEEDED. THIS SOLUTION IS ECONOMICAL AND SAVES OFTEN WASTED WALL SPACE. (DM)
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Authoring Institution: Caudill, Rowlett, Scott and Associates, Bryan, TX.
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