Flexible Seating: Before and After

Justine MacKinnon on episode 368 of the 10-Minute Teacher Podcast

Fourth-grade teacher Justine MacKinnon helps us understand how flexible seating has changed her fourth-grade classroom.

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Justine MacKinnon – Bio as Submitted


Justine MacKinnon am a 4th-grade educator in Massachusetts. I have been teaching for three years. I earned my Masters in Special Education in 2016. I recently won Haskell’s Incredible Classroom Makeover Contest and received a full class set of flexible seating.

 

Blog:www.missmackinnonweststreet.weebly.com

Twitter:@missmackinnon4

 

 

 

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