Hello all, I found out that my overly chatty, disprutive, and sometimes inappropriate child is being asked to go to a particular area of the classroom. She calls this area the "quiet table" where she is expected to sit quietly. The teacher calls this the table at the back (not the quiet table). I am having a hard time with this, and wanted to see if special seating areas for misbehaved kids is common. I'm concerned that the physical separation, while helpful for classroom conduct, might result in my daughter getting labelled a misbehaved child. (Yes, I know that she earns this on her own with or without a special seat.) I asked her about the other kids who sit at this spot and she readily agrees that they are all the "bad" kids in the class, and then suddenly realizes that others might think of her as a "bad" kid. My daughter is intelligent and sadly misbehaves a lot when she gets bored. I feel that she is a fast learner, gets bored, and then doesn't use her energy in a good manner. I wish she'd sit quietly and not be disruptive. She has taken the Cogat and has scored around 95% / 96% in the screening Cogat, and scored 95% in the quantative portion of the full Cogat last year. She took the full Cogat as well as the ITBS this year as part of highly capable screening but we will not know the results until May. If she qualifies for a highly capable environment, she'll be placed in that next September. I'm really struggling at how to advocate for her while helping her as well. Any advice?