Trends in Classroom Seating

"Adolescents already sit too long and too often in static postures, especially when they work with computer technology. Static sitting students stress their body's tissues, becoming more uncomfortable, more tired, and less productive."

— Dr. Breithecker

Active Ergonomics: the ability to move improves learning

"Research has shown that giving students increased opportunities to move while seated — rocking, swiveling — triggered far above-average levels of attention and concentration during test taking."

— Dr. Breithecker

The Geometry of the Classroom

Unique classroom design encourages students and instructors to remain engaged during the learning process; reducing segues and preserving cognitive flow.

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