After Tammy's class came by, a couple classes from TEC made their way over, and the response was similar. Students liked the option to stand, but also liked a chair that had enough give and enough structure all at the same time. I learned a lot by listening to the students that day, and I found I learned the most after I made assumptions and found I was completely wrong.
Fortunately I had this experience before seeing the teachers on October 6th, when they would be making the official move into the Empathy stage of the project. This is the vital time for trying to understand the learning experience from their students' eyes and ears and hands and brains and bodies, rather than their own. Teachers launched into this work by creating Empathy Maps about their students, based on their observations and what they know so far.