Chair Switching

Can anyone who has seen Grant’s video describe that class switch-up thing that he does? Some of us are waiting until the break to watch those links from Grant. just due to time constraints, and so haven’t been able to grasp this idea, which I assume has to do with classroom management.
Also, I am assuming that Grant still wants feedback on his quest for the Central States TOY, so those who can please read below on how to do that. The links we have (at least one more may be on the way) represent some “good CI cookin'” right there for us to learn from.
Anyway, what’s that class switch thing that people got excited about last week? It’s in one of these videos:
https://youtu.be/Eo9IsKJQ_Es
https://youtu.be/O7eOnd05D7I

For those helping with this project, here is the link to the blog article telling us what kind of feedback Grant wants:
https://benslavic.com/blog/important-new-grant-link/
I know, I know. It is just about the busiest time of year. BUT in Grant we have a fantastic example of a CI teacher and all we each have to do to help him, since time is of the essence here, is sit down with a link and then send the feedback on to Grant at:
grantboulanger@gmail.com
Thanks to those who have already done so. Awesome stuff!

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