I have 24 marvelous 3rd graders who love learning. They are so excited to learn about everything that they can. Our school is a suburban district that is experiencing rapid growth.
Education is a high priority and my students are excelling and working to reach their highest potential.
My students have experienced the uncertainness of virtual eduction as well as in-person eduction with new procedures due to Covid learning. We are so happy to be in person right now and we really need more flexible seating options as we learn and grow together as a team.
These flexible seating arrangements will help my classroom as we learn together in our classroom. They will help us maintain space but also encourage team building as we work together to learn as much as we can each day. Pandemic learning has changed how students relate to and work with each other and I want to build our team learning experience in the classroom.
Our classroom is a team but we all learn and focus in different ways.
Due to pandemic learning, we have to be mindful of the space we put between each learning and flexible seating will help very much. These flexible seating spots will help us find the best place to optimize our learning each day. I want my class to feel comfortable as we focus on our lessons and learn together every day in our classroom.
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