I love that my students are spontanious, energetic, and come to class ready to learn each day. My students enjoy moving about the room and experiencing new things while writing, reading, and working in groups. My students all learn differently and at a different pace. Although the method and environment in which they learn best vary and range greatly. We incorporate a variety of learning strategies, group work, and alternative seating and learning options to ensure that each student's needs are met, right where they are! The dynamic in my classroom is wide-ranged and it’s been a wonderful challenge teaching these kids!
New and improved flexible seating stools will make a difference in my studnets’ learning by allowing the physical environment of my classroom to be comfortable for all students of all shapes and sizes. The basic chair-to-desk seating environment in my classroom can get very repetitive and routine. My students like to have physical movement in their learning. They also like to be comfortable while writing, reading, and even working out math problems. With the help of these flexible seating Kore Adjustable Wobble Chairs, my students can enjoy learning in a variety of ways. Currently my students are choosing to work in a variety of locations in our room such as: at different tables, sitting under tables with clip boards, or sitting or laying on the floor with a clip board. Making sure students are comfortable is an essential component in motivating them.
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