Classroom Seating Chart: Backwards Dipper

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This section is for class sizes of 18-19 students. While all the photos show options for 18 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of groups, if needed.

This choice involves a line of desks snaking around the room, and almost crossing as it comes back again.  It would be perfect for those “problem students” in your class because the students will have a hard time finding their “buddies” during class with this arrangement if they are opposite ends of the room.
This choice involves a line of desks snaking around the room, and almost crossing as it comes back again.  It would be perfect for those “problem students” in your class because the students will have a hard time finding their “buddies” during class with this arrangement if they are opposite ends of the room.

This choice involves a line of desks snaking around the room, and almost crossing as it comes back again.  It would be perfect for those “problem students” in your class because the students will have a hard time finding their “buddies” during class with this arrangement if they are opposite ends of the room.

This choice involves a line of desks snaking around the room, and almost crossing as it comes back again.  It would be perfect for those “problem students” in your class because the students will have a hard time finding their “buddies” during class with this arrangement if they are opposite ends of the room.

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This choice involves a line of desks snaking around the room, and almost crossing as it comes back again.  It would be perfect for those “problem students” in your class because the students will have a hard time finding their “buddies” during class with this arrangement if they are opposite ends of the room.

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