Classroom Seating Chart: House Roof Line

|

This section is for class sizes of 30 or more students. While all the photos show options for 30 students, feel free to place additional students on the end of groups, or add additional groups, if needed.

Students are in two long groups, but are staggered for less talking than in traditional pod formations.  They will face one another, but have access to many different students for interaction and collaboration.
Students are in two long groups, but are staggered for less talking than in traditional pod formations.  They will face one another, but have access to many different students for interaction and collaboration.

Students are in two long groups, but are staggered for less talking than in traditional pod formations.  They will face one another, but have access to many different students for interaction and collaboration.

Students are in two long groups, but are staggered for less talking than in traditional pod formations.  They will face one another, but have access to many different students for interaction and collaboration.

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

You might want to check out:

87 Classroom Seating Charts eBook Cover

Want an AD-FREE resource book of all 87 seating charts in one easy-to-print format?  190 pages in total!  Now available in our Bookstore!  And the second copy to share with a friend is half price!  

See it HERE.

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.