Some students sit on “wobble stools” in Beth Tetterton’s River Dell classroom. The chairs have a curved bottom which forces the students to keep their balance, which some say helps them concentrate on their work.
Some students sit on “wobble stools” in Beth Tetterton’s River Dell classroom. The chairs have a curved bottom which forces the students to keep their balance, which some say helps them concentrate on their work. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Some students sit on “wobble stools” in Beth Tetterton’s River Dell classroom. The chairs have a curved bottom which forces the students to keep their balance, which some say helps them concentrate on their work. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

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