Seat yourself

Seat yourself

Providing students a variety of seating choices in a classroom helps enhance learning opportunities.

Go to a typical restaurant, and you’re likely to be given a choice: “Table or booth?” The answer will depend on the circumstances--whom you are meeting, how many people are involved, the purpose of the gathering, the time of day, how you feel physically.

In a classroom, students deal with similar variables as they work on lessons and assignments. But for many years in U.S. schools, no seating choice has been offered to accommodate the assorted student activiti

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