Seating arrangements that promote positive academic and behavioural outcomes : a review of empirical research

@inproceedings{WANNARKA2008SeatingAT,
  title={Seating arrangements that promote positive academic and behavioural outcomes : a review of empirical research},
  author={RACHEL WANNARKA and Kathy L. Ruhl},
  year={2008}
}
Seating arrangements are important classroom setting events because they have the potential to help prevent problem behaviours that decrease student attention and diminish available instructional time. The purpose of this synthesis of empirical literature is to determine which arrangements of desks best facilitate positive academic and behavioural outcomes for primary through secondary high school students with a range of characteristics. Eight studies that investigated at least two of three… CONTINUE READING

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