- April 18, 2017
- Posted by: Jamie Russell
“Teachers…are finding that allowing students choice and movement in their seating arrangements can greatly improve behavior and academic performance.” – Alternative Seating in the Classroom, Create-abilities
“Allow the student(s) to decide whether or not, and what type of alternative seating they want to use. Only intervene if they (he or she) is not being safe with it or using it appropriately.” – Alternative Seating, Goalbook
- Space LX – Cape Tiger Stripes
- Flexible Seating and Student-Centered Classroom Redesign – Edutopia
- Flexible Classroom – Cult of Pedagogy
Earn Your Stripe!
- Upload a picture of students being able to have a choice in seating in your classroom as well as two quotes from students about what they thought.