Classroom Seating Chart: Magnet Bars

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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.

Desks in a diagonal with end caps of desks on each end is the look of this classroom desk arrangement.  If you have students facing all the same direction that are in the straight lines, it is very similar to traditional rows and makes it easy to lecture from a spot in the room.
Desks in a diagonal with end caps of desks on each end is the look of this classroom desk arrangement.  If you have students facing all the same direction that are in the straight lines, it is very similar to traditional rows and makes it easy to lecture from a spot in the room.

Desks in a diagonal with end caps of desks on each end is the look of this classroom desk arrangement.  If you have students facing all the same direction that are in the straight lines, it is very similar to traditional rows and makes it easy to lecture from a spot in the room.

Desks in a diagonal with end caps of desks on each end is the look of this classroom desk arrangement.  If you have students facing all the same direction that are in the straight lines, it is very similar to traditional rows and makes it easy to lecture from a spot in the room.

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

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