Flexible Seating in the Classroom Infographic
Flexible seating ditches the traditional notion of “rows of desks facing the teacher at the front” and instead provides students with a variety of seating options so they can choose the one that is most comfortable for them. This type of classroom ‘un-seating’ aims to create a learning environment that more truly reflects the nature of the hyperconnected, ever-changing, globalised world that we now live in; a learning environment that inherently requires students to master skills such as flexibility, creativity, problem-solving and collaboration.
In essence, flexible seating in the classroom allows students to form their own micro-climate, where they can exercise some control over the physical and mental “conditions” in which they learn best.
Do you use flexible seating in the classroom or do you know someone who does? The Flexible Seating in the Classroom Infographic clearly answers some common questions:
- What is flexible seating?
- What are the benefits of flexible seating?
- What rules are needed in a flexible seating classroom?
- How do I set up flexible seating?
- Designing The Ideal Classroom Infographic
- The Science of Classroom Design Infographic
- How Classroom Design Impacts Learning and Engagement Infographic
- How Classroom Design Affects Learning Infographic
You can adjust your cookie preferences here.