Help me give my students flexible seating options for both independent work and small groups!
This project expired on December 6, 2019.
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As a special education teacher at a Title I school, I have been able to reach many children as they embark on their individualized educational journeys. Every morning I look forward to coming in because each day is new and exciting. I can honestly say there is never a dull moment in our classroom.
My students are extraordinary learners and never cease to amaze me.
Some enjoy telling their peers all about the latest video games and learning new math problems while others enjoy reading and dancing to music. Each of my students is a little different, both in their personalities and ability levels. However, they are all equally amazing and inspire me to always be open to learning new things.
I believe flexible seating will make a positive impact on my students' learning because it will give them the freedom to have options. Some may prefer wiggle stools or balance balls, others may benefit from sitting on a floor chair cushion closer to the whiteboard. I have seen a need for flexible seating in my classroom throughout the years and finally, these options are becoming more accessible.
I want to be able to offer these seating options to all of my students so that each of them can have an equal opportunity to do their best work.
My students were so excited when I was able to introduce a couple of wiggle stools and a balance ball last year, so I know these will be both a useful and welcome addition to our classroom.
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