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During any activity, whether it be listening to instructions or researching on the internet, students naturally want to move. Because I have chairs and tables, students end up leaning back in their chair posing a risk to themselves and others. It is also distracting, ruining my chairs, and still not fully effective. Having flexible stools and rocker chairs will give students the ability to move around in their seat without distracting others around them. Any type of rocking motion is also soothing, easing anxiety in students and allowing them to better focus. I have observed this in our school's library where our stiff wooden chairs have the ability to rock. When my classes have been in there, students are easily rocking back and forth without being distracting and my typical fidgeters are quiet. Additionally, the stools are easy to move around and tuck under tables, giving me the flexibility I crave to set up blended learning stations and labs.

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During any activity, whether it be listening to instructions or researching on the internet, students naturally want to move. Because I have chairs and tables, students end up leaning back in their chair posing a risk to themselves and others. It is also distracting, ruining my chairs, and still not fully effective. Having flexible stools and rocker chairs will give students the ability to move around in their seat without distracting others around them. Any type of rocking motion is also soothing, easing anxiety in students and allowing them to better focus. I have observed this in our school's library where our stiff wooden chairs have the ability to rock. When my classes have been in there, students are easily rocking back and forth without being distracting and my typical fidgeters are quiet. Additionally, the stools are easy to move around and tuck under tables, giving me the flexibility I crave to set up blended learning stations and labs.

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