Classroom Seating Chart: Inverted V

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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.

Obviously named for the floor arrangement of desks.  Similar to the standard rows of desks, but all students are equally able to see the front of the classroom easily.  This set up does not allow for much cooperative learning, so make sure to incorporate a space in the classroom for that type of instruction.
Obviously named for the floor arrangement of desks.  Similar to the standard rows of desks, but all students are equally able to see the front of the classroom easily.  This set up does not allow for much cooperative learning, so make sure to incorporate a space in the classroom for that type of instruction.

Obviously named for the floor arrangement of desks.  Similar to the standard rows of desks, but all students are equally able to see the front of
the classroom easily.  This set up does not allow for much cooperative learning, so make sure to incorporate a space in the classroom for that type of instruction.

Obviously named for the floor arrangement of desks.  Similar to the standard rows of desks, but all students are equally able to see the front of the classroom easily.  This set up does not allow for much cooperative learning, so make sure to incorporate a space in the classroom for that type of instruction.

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

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