Classroom Seating Chart: Tri-Squares

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This section is for class sizes of 24-25 students. While all the photos show options for 24 students, feel free to place an additional student on the end of one of the groups, if needed.

Gives a simple way for small classroom groups to interact with  one another.  All are facing the same common direction.  Parters next to one another or facing partners can also quickly be used at the spur of the moment without rearranging desks.
Gives a simple way for small classroom groups to interact with  one another.  All are facing the same common direction.  Parters next to one another or facing partners can also quickly be used at the spur of the moment without rearranging desks.

Gives a simple way for small classroom groups to interact with  one another.  All are facing the same common direction.  Parters next to one another or facing partners can also quickly be used at the spur of the moment without rearranging desks.

Gives a simple way for small classroom groups to interact with  one another.  All are facing the same common direction.  Parters next to one another or facing partners can also quickly be used at the spur of the moment without rearranging desks.

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

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