One Of The Masterminds Behind It Is None Other Than Natalie Cheung (Fellow 2018-20)
This article is originally published in Ming Pao. The excerpt above is an English abstract of the original Chinese article. Please click here for the original article.
Natalie, the teacher in charge of this classroom as well, said that currently, seven students took turns to test the "" every week, and data samples were collected during the period. “Moving is the nature of all children,” said Natalie, “Whether they have special education needs or not, allowing them to move will give their brains some energy boost while helping them concentrate and absorb better.”
Natalie said that at first, students were wary about these “”. She explained, “Because of conventions, teachers didn’t want their students to move around during classes. Therefore, I have to tell my students clearly that they can move freely when they sit on "" as long as they do not disturb other students.“