Classroom Seating Chart: Javelins

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This section is for class sizes of 28 or more students. While all the photos show options for 28 students, feel free to place additional students on the end of groups, or add additional groups, if needed.

Short and straight diagonal lines are the focus of this classroom desk arrangement.  Students are at an angle to get a different perspective of the room.  Make sure your teaching style does not rest where students must turn their heads.  Not the best choice for student collaboration.
Short and straight diagonal lines are the focus of this classroom desk arrangement.  Students are at an angle to get a different perspective of the room.  Make sure your teaching style does not rest where students must turn their heads.  Not the best choice for student collaboration.

Short and straight diagonal lines are the focus of this classroom desk arrangement.  Students are at an angle to get a different perspective of the room.  Make sure your teaching style does not rest where students must turn their heads.  Not the best choice for student collaboration.

Short and straight diagonal lines are the focus of this classroom desk arrangement.  Students are at an angle to get a different perspective of the room.  Make sure your teaching style does not rest where students must turn their heads.  Not the best choice for student collaboration.

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