Classroom Seating Chart: Team Players

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This section is for class sizes of 18-19 students. While all the photos show options for 18 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of groups, if needed.

Three groups of four, with one group of six make for an even number for several partner groupings within one “team.”  Use these different pairings to complete various learning tasks throughout the day.  Not only will the students get to know one another better, but overall classroom atmosphere will improve.
Three groups of four, with one group of six make for an even number for several partner groupings within one “team.”  Use these different pairings to complete various learning tasks throughout the day.  Not only will the students get to know one another better, but overall classroom atmosphere will improve.

Three groups of four, with one group of six make for an even number for several partner groupings within one “team.”  Use these different pairings to complete various learning tasks throughout the day.  Not only will the students get to know one another better, but overall classroom atmosphere will improve.

Three groups of four, with one group of six make for an even number for several partner groupings within one “team.”  Use these different pairings to complete various learning tasks throughout the day.  Not only will the students get to know one another better, but overall classroom atmosphere will improve.

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

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