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  1. How you can create a flexible classroom without breaking the bank: Upgrading your school furniture to flexible classroom furniture

    How you can create a flexible classroom without breaking the bank: Upgrading your school furniture to flexible classroom furniture

    So, you’ve heard about flexible classroom furniture but you’re not sure how to implement it in your classroom.  

    Contrary to popular belief, creating a flexible classroom doesn’t have to be an expensive and daunting task– in fact, with a few simple school furniture upgrades, you can start creating your very own flexible classroom that is scientifically proven to improve the academic performance of students.  

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  2. Understanding the importance of school furniture; Selecting the right classroom furniture for your school

    school furniture for a modern classroom

    The extent to which students are able to reach their academic potential is surprisingly 

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  3. Is your classroom furniture making it harder for students to learn? Why you need flexible furniture in your classroom

    Create a flexible classroom with flexible furniture and seating

    Overtime, we’ve understood that traditional classroom furniture and traditional classroom design simply 

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  4. Stop Telling Students to Sit Still!

    Stop Telling Students to Sit Still!

    Kids can’t sit still in the classroom – but you probably shouldn’t stop them. Studies have shown that for every foot bounce and leg swing, students with ADHD are actually stimulating their brain which improves their cognitive function, allowing them to better retain information. 

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  5. Learning from home during COVID-19 pandemic? Here’s how you can create a home learning environment.

    Learning from home during COVID-19 pandemic? Here’s how you can create a home learning environment.

    As schools inevitably make the transition to online learning, parents have become teachers and the kitchen, a classroomWhilst this is new territory for most parents, it’s important that this transition is as least disruptive as possible for their children. 

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