A popular behavior management strategy is sitting the misbehaving kids next to a model student in hopes of some of that model student-ness rubbing off. One of my model students yesterday came to me and ask to have her seat changed. She has been sitting next to a wiggly, noisy student for a grand total of three days and she has had it. Now, wiggly, noisy student likely has severe learning and developmental disabilities--he does have a second spot apart from the other students when he acts up and is unable to calm down, so it's not like she is forced to always sit by him. But, as she said, the kid is driving her nuts. Would it be so wrong to move her seat or is this to be a learning experience for her too?