Flexible Seating is the Way To Go!

Flexible seating is becoming more and more relevant in classrooms across the country, as teachers try to provide increased engagement in classrooms. There is a lot to consider in adapting flexible seating, including the students’ ages, classroom size, special needs students, and individual student needs. Once you decide you want to try flexible seating in…

Flexible Seating – Part 2 of 3 – The Process

Guest Blog by Shauni Sawchuck, Henderson, NV   The question most teachers ask these days is, “How can I turn my classroom into a flexible seating arrangement?” The process can be simple or intricate, depending on how and when you want to roll flexible seating out into your classroom. For me, I initially rolled this concept…

Flexible Seating – Part 1 of 3 – The Idea

It’s no secret that U.S. schools are undergoing radical changes to classroom design. Changes range from the development of more mobile and interactive spaces to the introduction of different types of furniture to the inclusion of new technology. All of these changes have been designed to enhance the educational experience and improve learning outcomes. Seating has…