#5thchat Archive

#5thchat is for people interested in chatting about topics in education, especially as they relate to Grade 5. The goal is to connect people who enjoy learning & sharing, plus supporting & creating partnerships worldwide!

Tuesday May 29, 2018
8:00 PM EDT

  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:00 PM EDT
    Welcome to #5thchat. Tonight's topic is "Flexible Seating and Its Impact on Self-Regulation and Academics."Please introduce yourself and where you are from.
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:01 PM EDT
    #5thchat Ann from Colorado Springs, teaching 5th.
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:02 PM EDT
    Kellie from Virginia Beach, VA- 4th grade teacher! #5thchat
  • aghankins May 29 @ 8:04 PM EDT
    Ashley from Denton, TX. 5th ELA/SS #5thchat
  • RLvballcoach May 29 @ 8:04 PM EDT
    Team Anderson had their annual 5th grade cookout complete with hobo dinners, chili cheese fries, bread and butter and banana boats. Great lunch! Great Kids! #RLSDPRIDE #5thchat #LearnLAP
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:04 PM EDT
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:05 PM EDT
    Q1-Let's start the chat with what you think FLEXIBLE SEATING is not .#5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:05 PM EDT
    Kari Lyons, Nashville, TN #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • 4XSoccermom May 29 @ 8:06 PM EDT
    Hello I'm Angie a 4th grade teacher in Hampton! #5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:06 PM EDT
    Flexible seating is NOT assigned seats. #5thchat
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:06 PM EDT
    JoAnna gr 5 Math T in NM #5thchat
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:06 PM EDT
    A1: There are so many choices available that students are overwhelmed, can’t determine the best place for themselves as learners, it causes more misbehavior and off task behavior than before.#5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • 4XSoccermom May 29 @ 8:07 PM EDT
    A1 it is not being flexible on which desk you move students to. #5thChat
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:07 PM EDT
    Howdy from Oklahoma #5thchat #edmodolove
  • RLvballcoach May 29 @ 8:07 PM EDT
    Team Anderson also launched hot air balloons today made out of tissue paper. Successful launches! #RLSDPRIDE #5thchat, #LearnLAP
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:07 PM EDT
    A1 To me it's not teacher chosen. If seating is flexible in my classroom, Ss select where and by whom they will work best. #5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:07 PM EDT
    A1: Giving students choice doesn't always mean they make the best choice. #5thChat
  • aghankins May 29 @ 8:08 PM EDT
    A1- Not assigned seating. Doesn’t matter how many seating options are in your room, if the students don’t have a choice in choosing what works best for them, it’s not very flexible. #5thchat
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:08 PM EDT
    A1) Flexible seating is not free reign without expectations. #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:08 PM EDT
  • RLvballcoach May 29 @ 8:08 PM EDT
    Barb Anderson from Rib Lake, WI. 5th grade teacher. #5thchat
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:08 PM EDT
    A1: Flexible seating is not those chairs with a table attached in different floor patterns - I hate those chairs! #5thchat #edmodolove
  • gilliam1983 May 29 @ 8:10 PM EDT
    A1: Not a quick fix. You need to understand your students and how they learn best in order to find the best flexible seating options for your students. #5thchat #OLSDBlendED
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:10 PM EDT
    Hi, Gretchen from KY joining in. #5thchat
  • RLvballcoach May 29 @ 8:10 PM EDT
    A1 Flexible seating is not always th best option for every student. #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:12 PM EDT
    Q2-Flexible Seating is much more than a trendy classroom. What do you consider the benefits? #5thchat
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:12 PM EDT
    A1. Flexible seating is not assigning seats, nor placing Ss in desks where they don't feel comfortable working! #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:12 PM EDT
    Agreed . I find that it is helpful to co-construct rules with your students . #5thchat
    In reply to @nerdymathteachr
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:12 PM EDT
    I would say yes based on my observations this year. We’ve had several Ts attempt flexible seating and for some, it was too much too fast. Possibly introduce a few at a time and continue adding on rather than all at once? Just a thought. . . #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:13 PM EDT
    A1- Flexible seating is not traditional seating choices- Ss and Ts have to experiment to see what choices best aid student engamgement #5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:13 PM EDT
    A2 - It allows Ss the choice to sit where they wanted and often encouraged further collaboration. #5thChat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:14 PM EDT
    Agreed! Last year I had a 3/4 split and this year a grade 4-5. My seating changed as a result of different student needs. #5thchat
    In reply to @nerdymathteachr, @gilliam1983
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:15 PM EDT
    A2: Ss are able to choose where they feel they will be most comfortable and productive. Ss also have a say in who they sit next to. It teaches Ss how to advocate for themselves and make responsible decisions for their own good. #5thChat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:15 PM EDT
    A2 When I'm comfortable, I have more stamina, I'm more productive. Same for my Ss. #5thchat
  • khoggardGRT May 29 @ 8:15 PM EDT
    Good evening Kelly from VirginiaBeach #5thchat
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:15 PM EDT
    A2. Ss have voice and choice as to where they feel like working, near whom they'd like to work, and whether they need to move around a little bit and stretch out or stand. #5thchat
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:15 PM EDT
    A3- From an old, traditional 27 year vet, flexible seating was a huge change for me this year! I love it! Ss can move about more easily, get the fidgits out, and put themselves in a "just-right" work zone. #5thchat
  • aghankins May 29 @ 8:16 PM EDT
    I actually have some students that prefer traditional seating choices (desks in a row). I still consider that flexible because it’s their choice of the type of space they work best in. #5thchat
    In reply to @msweisenbeck
  • khoggardGRT May 29 @ 8:16 PM EDT
    A2 allows for comfort in learning, affords spaces for collaboration, independent tasks and varying levels of freedom and choice #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:16 PM EDT
    Agreed! A teacher can look for growth in a student making strategic choices as well as look for patterns from students. It opens of great dialogue. #5thchat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:16 PM EDT
    A2- benefits of flex seating: independence, comfort, choice, better self reg. If self reg is not present, adjust to see why not. #5thchat
  • RLvballcoach May 29 @ 8:16 PM EDT
    A2 I would consider the benefits to include ability to focus, to be comfortable, to allow for choice, to understand what works and what doesn’t work for Ss, and to work with others. #5thchat
  • khoggardGRT May 29 @ 8:18 PM EDT
    A1 flexible seating is not about looking like better homes and gardens magazine.... More than looking cute, there is a purpose for the spaces and furniture choices, the areas have expectations and are not a free for all #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:19 PM EDT
    Q3-Flexible seating needs to be about what the students need, but also what the teacher needs. How can a balance of the 2 be struck? #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:19 PM EDT
    It’s a entire mindset change and it takes time for both teaches and students to work out the ticks for sure .#5thchat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:19 PM EDT
    A2: Benefits for flexible seating is creating a safe learning environment. Sometimes students need to set themselves from the group if they are in duress. #5thchat #edmodolove
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:19 PM EDT
    Sometimes the Ss needs to be closer to the front and they choose the back; the T needs to be able to direct or re-direct seating choices. #5thChat
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:20 PM EDT
    Two of my Ss started a survey today about Flexible seating. ?- How do you feel about flexible seating. S1- "I feel comfortable on the seats and it really helps me think." S2- "I feel like it helps with your mind set and helps with work." #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:20 PM EDT
    Yes! Every year can be so different . #5thchat
    In reply to @nerdymathteachr, @gilliam1983
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:20 PM EDT
    How much of it goes to the Ss perception and making proper choices? How is the child with poor behavior handled? #5thChat
  • jherndz2 May 29 @ 8:20 PM EDT
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:21 PM EDT
    A3: We need to keep in mind that it’s not my classroom, it’s our classroom. What space do the T & Ss need to collaborate, & work simultaneously without disturbing or disrupting the learning happening around the room. Ts should have an opportunity for choices as well. #5thChat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:21 PM EDT
    Yes! I have to continually share my struggles in self regulation and choices I need to make when I am trying to get important work or learning done. Report cards.. sigh.. #5thchat
    In reply to @nerdymathteachr, @CristinaDajero
  • khoggardGRT May 29 @ 8:22 PM EDT
    A3 I think Ts need to have in mind their non negotiable, maybe it’s certain types of activities or certain times of day. Also Ss should have input in the design and use of furnitures well as spaces that help them be more productive #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:22 PM EDT
    Yes! One of the biggest things to consider when implementing flexible seating. #5thchat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero, @nerdymathteachr, @gilliam1983
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:23 PM EDT
    A3 In my class, Ss move between activities, small groups, collaborative work, and independent. If they choose a place that keeps others from working, I just ask them to choose another space. #5thchat
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:23 PM EDT
    A3: Seating design includes teachers choices and student choices - something for all learning situations #5thchat #edmodolove
  • jherndz2 May 29 @ 8:23 PM EDT
    #5thchat This is the first time I have been on a chat. Flexible seating sounds great but does it matter if we also need flexible furniture or just a comfortable place to sit
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:23 PM EDT
    As T, my biggest need is to be able to work with flexible small groups- with so many seat options, this is easier than ever before. Giving up desks and my T desk was a great choice! #5thchat
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:23 PM EDT
    A3. Depending on what the activity is taking place in the classroom, this kind of lays down the demands for the types of flexible seating taking place within the classroom! If Ss are moving around constantly, limited flexibility! #5thchat
  • RLvballcoach May 29 @ 8:23 PM EDT
    A3 The entire school system needs an overhaul! With that overhaul Ss will have their needs met, Ts will see their needs being met, Ss will get out of the high chair waiting for everything to be fed to them, and become the independent creators we know they can become!#5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:24 PM EDT
    Good idea not to go schoolwide. Baby steps and not everybody may agree it is for them. They may need time to see the strengths first .#5thchat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:24 PM EDT
    Teach students how to rearrange seating quickly have specific set ups you use (sm group, lg group) often established and practice transitions #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:26 PM EDT
    Q4- Flexible seating is directly related to https://t.co/9kHNLhNybf can students learn about self-reg from seating choices ?#5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:26 PM EDT
    Absolutely! Our students in the school - and our classroom can lead to a sense of “we” can collaborate and make decisions and figure this out together. #5thChat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:27 PM EDT
    Ss can learn how to accomplish working with distractions; Ss can learn how to manage their own behavior. Ss can collaborate with their peers and work harder. #5thChat
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:28 PM EDT
    A4 Self-regulation grows with immediate feedback. They will get that feedback from peers or from me if they choose a place that's not helping us move forward. #5thchat
  • gilliam1983 May 29 @ 8:28 PM EDT
    A3: The style of the lesson or task also plays a large part in the flexible seating options in order for students to be most productive. #5thChat #OLSDBlendED
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:28 PM EDT
    A4: We have several Ts who do a phenomenal job with flexible seating: @EALewis2016 @Tpet27 @asdajero . They listen to what their Ss are asking for, what they like & don’t like, have conversations with them about how they’re feeling with their seating choice. #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert, @EALewis2016, @Tpet27, @asdajero
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:29 PM EDT
    A4: Students need Practice practice practice making good choices with seating and learning - sometimes my students want me to "assign" them to a new location away from their friends #partnership #5thchat #edmodolove
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:30 PM EDT
    A4- Feedback is important. It has often been a topic at our class meetings, brought up by other students. Talking about the difference between finding the best work space and finding a seat next to a buddy is something to revist. I revisit expectations often. #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:30 PM EDT
    Absolutely! In our classroom we have what the students call “caves”. It is a first choice for many as it is a snug place. However it is not conducive for collaborative math. It is a fabulous place to read though. #5thChat
    In reply to @gilliam1983
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:30 PM EDT
    A4. A ss having flexible seating options learn self regulation by who they can sit by and pay attention to subject taught, talking, goofing around, etc is controlled and their functioned and engaged in learning! #5thchat
  • PaulSolarz - Moderator May 29 @ 8:31 PM EDT
    Sorry to be missing #5thchat! Joined in with my niece at her last volleyball practice! Having fun “competing” with middle schoolers! :)
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:32 PM EDT
    A must learn what works best for their brain, learning style, personality. We teach life skills through choice #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:32 PM EDT
    Wonderful! If the teacher makes all of the decisions then flexible seating is “done” to the students. It is still then the “teacher’s classroom” and students will felt this. #5thChat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero, @EALewis2016, @Tpet27, @asdajero
  • gilliam1983 May 29 @ 8:32 PM EDT
    #OLSDBlendED #5thchat 😀
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:32 PM EDT
    I will have to follow your teacher suggestions and hopefully we can learn more from each other. Thanks for sharing. #5thChat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero, @EALewis2016, @Tpet27, @asdajero
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:33 PM EDT
    Q5-In a flexible seating classroom nobody "owns"a seat -just like in a real home. How can a sense of structure still be provided? #5thchat
  • teaching_power May 29 @ 8:34 PM EDT
    A4) They are learning about what works best for them and how to better monitor themselves. Sometimes it involves some discussion but Ss do eventually realize how to find a seat that works for them. #5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:34 PM EDT
    A-5: Ss will have to understand that means they sit where they want and no one can come along and say "that's my seat!" Structure through procedures has to be provided for them to fully grasp that it is first come first served. #5thChat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:34 PM EDT
    Yes! When a student feels valued and feels their voice will be honoured, fabulous things can be https://t.co/JXhIB0SSAu powerful for a student to feel they have a say in their environment! #5thChat
    In reply to @yenneam, @CristinaDajero, @EALewis2016, @Tpet27, @asdajero
  • teaching_power May 29 @ 8:35 PM EDT
    So excited this is the focus tonight. Doing flexible seating next year. #5thchat
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:35 PM EDT
    A5- My Ss sit in clans. Each Monday, we randomly draw clan names to choose seating. Clans have a home base "table," but individuals can always move to other areas to move. #5thchat
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:35 PM EDT
    A5: I don't assign seats, but I relocate Ss on occasion - When Ss say "they have my seat" I remind them I can start assigning seats if they want - otherwise first one to class gets their choice :) #5thchat #edmodolove
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:36 PM EDT
    A5 Nobody owns the premium seats - everyone gets a turn! For some, knowing they have a home base is helpful, but there is always the expectation that they will need to move to other spaces at some point during the day. #5thchat
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:36 PM EDT
    I think that is the key- start small and keep adding on. This way, the T and Ss aren’t overwhelmed! #5thchat
    In reply to @msweisenbeck, @jherndz2
  • teaching_power May 29 @ 8:36 PM EDT
    A5) Structureis in the lessons, day to day schedule, and expectations. Students desire structure, but it is found in more than just a seat. #5thchat
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:37 PM EDT
    A5. If a Ss has their belongings at a seat and was sitting there working, and gets up to ask a question and returns, the Ss can still have the same seat. If a Ss was there yesterday, and didn't get there fast enough today, they will have to move to another spot! #5thchat
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:37 PM EDT
    A5- structure can be provided through tasks. Ss learn that certain Ss need to stand or fidget - often other Ss help each other find good fit #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:38 PM EDT
    Agreed. We often have seating conferences in the midst of learning and students have a chance to self reflect on their seating choice and if it is working for them to learn. If I make all the decisions how will they ever learn. #5thChat
    In reply to @gilliam1983
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:39 PM EDT
    A5: I flip my classroom (literally) for different projects often, so task at hand influences seating #5thchat #edmodolove
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:39 PM EDT
    A5: Seats belong to everyone & I’ve seen Ts establish guidelines where at the beginning everyone tries out every seat. Then they reflect on what they like & don’t like. Then, consider taking turns & that Ss can’t monopolize a choice. Also, Ss can be moved at any time. #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:40 PM EDT
    Q6-Working in collaboration with the custodian is an important part of flexible seating. What types of things would need to be negotiated?#5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:41 PM EDT
    The beautiful thing about flexible seating is there is no ONE way to go about it. As long as there is a purpose, student input, negotiation and self reflection built in- it can work. #5thChat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:42 PM EDT
    Yes! We have had many conversations on this . Thanks for bringing this point up. #5thChat
    In reply to @yenneam, @CristinaDajero
  • gilliam1983 May 29 @ 8:42 PM EDT
    How do you conduct the seating conferences? Is it just a quick chat with the student? I am always looking for new ideas. #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:43 PM EDT
    ❤️ Mrs. Alva!! Be good to your custodian. Have Ss take responsibility - vac, move furniture, put up chairs. Everything is a negotiation - 💐 help 🤣 #5thchat
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:43 PM EDT
    A6. At the end of the day what would be easiest for cleanup of the room? Do we need to move chairs, beanbags, etc. for areas to be vacuumed or cleaned? #5thchat
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:43 PM EDT
    A6 - Heading to a new school next year, and I've asked for a variety of tables, desk heights, and to get rid of the teacher desk. So far I haven't hit any roadblocks! Open communication and requests, not demands. #5thchat
  • KGainerteacher May 29 @ 8:44 PM EDT
    Mystery reader day!! Our special reader was Mrs. Miller 🙌🏻🙌🏻 #literacyweek #cdsdchat #Edchat #5thchat #oneschoolonebook
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:45 PM EDT
    A6: Depending on the material of some furniture- who will maintain the cleanliness? When a bunch of large furniture is added, it may make it more difficult to clean the area. How much furniture can be added while stay maintain safety for everyone in the room. #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:46 PM EDT
    Do you mean that it is hard for the students to have flexible seating in one class and then not in another? #5thChat
    In reply to @gilliam1983, @CristinaDajero
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:47 PM EDT
    Q7-Many want to set up flexible seating in their classroom,but do not have the budget.What are some ways around this that can help?Post pics from your classroom or from a wish list. #5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:48 PM EDT
    A7 - Looking at Goodwill! Looking at thrift shops and yard sales. I have no budget for it, but I'll look and look. Asking stores for carpet samples, it's time to get creative. #5thChat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:48 PM EDT
    Yes! Lots of discussion and negotiation is needed to be respectful for everybody involved. #5thChat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • CristinaDajero May 29 @ 8:48 PM EDT
    A7: Search Pinterest for budget friendly ideas, also reach out to your PLN and ask for suggestions. If a T in your building is trying flexible seating, go pay a visit while Ss are in the room so you can see it in action. #5thchat
    In reply to @theresaklambert
  • msweisenbeck May 29 @ 8:49 PM EDT
    The balance balls are a huge hit! (5 and Below). Crate seating was easy to make and have lasted for two years so far. Students love the pillow I got from 5 and Below (actually dog beds, but they don't know that!) #5thchat
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:49 PM EDT
    A6: I always support the maintenance staff by emptying trash and sweeping when we can fit it in. #5thchat #edmodolove
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:50 PM EDT
    Some of our choices #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:51 PM EDT
    Yes! Find somebody or a few who are trying it out and feel it is successful. Most of our furniture cane from parents and community who donated once they found out it was to benefit the students. Students also write letters explaining our philosophy. #5thChat
    In reply to @CristinaDajero
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:52 PM EDT
    A7 Camp chairs are cheap at the end of the season - $5 at some stores, and can be folded easily to clean up at the end of the day. #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:54 PM EDT
    Q8-How can flexible seating mimic 21st Century workspaces in the world outside of school?#5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:54 PM EDT
    An important thing to consider for space. Great idea! #5thChat
    In reply to @yenneam
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:54 PM EDT
    A7 - start simple. Garage sales, friends, look around the school storage room... I can’t do go fund me with my school, but reach out for help wherever you can #5thchat
  • karbear_lyons May 29 @ 8:55 PM EDT
    The workplace is cubicles. Setting up pods for Ss to work #5thChat
  • techy_teach1 May 29 @ 8:55 PM EDT
    A7: Donor's Choose grant... also, I used PTA funds to buy seats from Walmart #5thchat
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:55 PM EDT
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:55 PM EDT
    A7: Providing a place for students to stand while they learn is a great option - I stand in my college classes sometime so why can't Ss #5thchat #edmodolove
  • mlroush May 29 @ 8:56 PM EDT
    Late to the party/chat. Pinterest is full of ideas for seating and many examples of anchor charts and procedures for learning self mgmt. #5thchat
  • PaulSolarz - Moderator May 29 @ 8:57 PM EDT
    Thanks to everyone who participated in this evening's #5thchat! Thanks especially to @theresaklambert for moderating! Please join us next week as @mrnasife & @CMS_HeatherR moderates. TOPIC: "Post and Reply - Online Communication" (Re: Online discussion and interaction).
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:57 PM EDT
    In reply to @yenneam
  • yenneam May 29 @ 8:57 PM EDT
    A7 IKEA stools are cheap, but if they rock on them, they're flimsy. #5thchat
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:57 PM EDT
    A7. Garage sales, thrift sales, estate sales. #5thchat
  • carrierenfro May 29 @ 8:57 PM EDT
    A8: Lots of changes going on in workplace seating for ergonomics, collaboration and health #5thchat #edmodolove
  • gdorn1 May 29 @ 8:57 PM EDT
    Thank You! #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:58 PM EDT
    In reply to @yenneam
  • KGainerteacher May 29 @ 8:58 PM EDT
    Can’t wait to give out the first ever Golden Pineapple Awards next week to my students 🍍🙃 #endofyear #cdsdchat #BoldSchool #teacherspayteachers #5thchat #Edchat
  • techy_teach1 May 29 @ 8:58 PM EDT
    A8 Whatever works for the purpose of the activity. #5thChat
  • nerdymathteachr May 29 @ 8:59 PM EDT
    Great Chat! 👊 #5thchat
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 8:59 PM EDT
    Yes- I had to keep replacing screws so I stopped using them. #5thChat
    In reply to @yenneam
  • theresaklambert May 29 @ 9:00 PM EDT
    Thank you for participating in #5thchat tonight. Keep sharing your thoughts, pictures and ideas so we can continue to learn off each other. Good night !