Classroom Seating Chart: Four Square

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This section is for class sizes of 16-17 students. While all the photos show options for 16 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of the groups, if needed.

This is a typical grouping of desks into teams of 4. This setup works best when teams work together in cooperative learning activities or in competition with one team against another. Incorporating team-building activities into your curriculum is necessary in order for the students to “buy-in” to a team that may not necessarily consist of friends.
This is a typical grouping of desks into teams of 4. This setup works best when teams work together in cooperative learning activities or in competition with one team against another. Incorporating team-building activities into your curriculum is necessary in order for the students to “buy-in” to a team that may not necessarily consist of friends.

This is a typical grouping of desks into teams of 4. This setup works best when teams work together in cooperative learning activities or in competition with one team against another. Incorporating team-building activities into your curriculum is necessary in order for the students to “buy-in” to a team that may not necessarily consist of friends.

This is a typical grouping of desks into teams of 4. This setup works best when teams work together in cooperative learning activities or in competition with one team against another. Incorporating team-building activities into your curriculum is necessary in order for the students to “buy-in” to a team that may not necessarily consist of friends.

How else could you use this seating arrangement in your classroom?  Feel free to share in the comments below!

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