Transcript: Sharon Sacks, PhD
Listen as Sharon Sacks discusses the importance of flexible seating for different classroom activities (time: 0:30).
It’s important that the student be given opportunities to interact with other children. So I suggest that, when you’re doing seating arrangements, that the student move or be moved just like other students would be moved when you’re changing stations in the classroom. That helps the student get to know all the children in the classroom, and as long as you let the student know what the organization looks like, the physical organization looks like, and how you’re rearranging the classroom.