Classroom Seating Chart: Dueling Desks

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This section is for class sizes of 20-21 students. While all the photos show options for 20 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of the groups, if needed.

This desk arrangement is more like a competitive arena.  The students are able to work in a discussion format and are able to see one another, while there is still a team concept from viewing the alternating sides of the room.
This desk arrangement is more like a competitive arena.  The students are able to work in a discussion format and are able to see one another, while there is still a team concept from viewing the alternating sides of the room.

This desk arrangement is more like a competitive arena.  The students are able to work in a discussion format and are able to see one another, while there is still a team concept from viewing the alternating sides of the room.

This desk arrangement is more like a competitive arena.  The students are able to work in a discussion format and are able to see one another, while there is still a team concept from viewing the alternating sides of the room.

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This desk arrangement is more like a competitive arena.  The students are able to work in a discussion format and are able to see one another, while there is still a team concept from viewing the alternating sides of the room.

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