Can Better Designed Classroom Furniture Help Students Who Can't Sit Still? Can Better Designed Classroom Furniture Help Students Who Can't Sit Still?
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Can Better Designed Classroom Furniture Help Students Who Can't Sit Still?

by Liz Dwyer

July 11, 2011

The architects write on their site that the "wide variety of wire-framed furniture pieces can be mixed and matched into various modular formations, stimulating the students to figure out the many functions that are offered in these configurations."

Apparently, having to figure out those configurations is what helps students concentrate on their environment. With the large numbers of students with ADD or learning disabilities here in the U.S., whether this particular design proves to really help kids over the long haul is something educators are certainly going to be interested in.

photos via i29

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Can Better Designed Classroom Furniture Help Students Who Can't Sit Still?