The most intensively used spaces in the building  the lighting design must allow for a wide variety of instructional methods

This is the most common lighting design problem in any educational facility whether an elementary school, high school, vocational school or institution of higher learning.

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Specialized Classrooms

From computer labs to libraries and resource centers 

While flexibility is the key requirement for general purpose classrooms, in specialized classrooms there usually are specific visual tasks such as color discrimination ...

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Other Educational Spaces

Lecture halls, auditoriums, gymnasiums and more

Larger instructional spaces, accommodating more than 75 students, involve more complex lighting and control systems.  Seats and work surfaces are usually fixed and the instructional process is more structured and less personal. Seating arrangements are often fan shaped with rows of seats on a sloped or stepped floor.