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Effective classroom seating arrangements promote room for a better student and teacher interaction, a more friendly classroom atmosphere, and helps build-up social behavior. Class objectives can be easily initiated and accomplished if proper seating is implemented correctly. There are three seating styles that are frequently used in a classroom setting: the U-shaped, cluster (by group or pairs), and the traditional rows.
Before you overwhelm your creative mind with innovative ideas on what particular seating style to use for your classroom, we organized a few helpful pointers for you to be able to draft and create a strategic classroom seating chart that will be useful for classroom management.
In starting the draft in making a seating chart, the very first thing that you need to put into consideration is the size of the room or the venue. Any traditional seating style or arrangement will only be effective if the room space is enough for the desks or chairs to be moved to its ideal formation. Secondly, you need to consider providing breathing spaces between each row, chair, or table so each student will feel comfortable and can focus on the teacher's discussion.
Acknowledging the demographics of your class will help you produce a better design structure for your seating chart. Considering your students' age group, gender, nationality, and even their personal background can help you decide on what particular teaching and seating style to enforce to achieve your classroom objectives. Student behavior is also a deciding factor to be analyzed in order to effectively implement such a strategy.
As mentioned earlier, there are several seating arrangements structures being used in every different type of classroom situation. Two examples of the most applied seating structure in a classroom setting are the Traditional Row Seating and the Cluster Seating. Traditional Row Seating Arrangement is a good fit for teachers who prefer the traditional teacher-centered approach wherein students are required to listen and learn and not necessarily asked to participate with the discussions. Cluster Seating Arrangements is where teachers introduce the cooperative way of learning to their students. Activities like group discussions, presentations, exercises, games, and more can be efficiently conducted. It also promotes good teacher-student and student-student interaction.
Apple Pages works perfectly with our editable classroom seating chart templates. Know as a superb word processor, Apple Pages allows Mac users to create and edit documents with full access to its tools and other iWork apps (Numbers and Keynote). You can also use Apple Pencil on your iPad to insert comments and/or illustrations. Collaborate with other teachers and educators in customizing your seating chart in real-time. It doesn't matter if you're using a Mac, iPad, iPhone or a PC, as long as you have a steady internet connection, you can access the file anytime, anywhere.
Seating plans are meant to be accessible to your target viewers so you better look for an area where your students can easily see it. You may print enough copies of the document and distribute it to your students on the first day of class to help them locate their seating arrangement. Also, printing a single copy of the chart and placing it on your classroom's bulletin board can be more useful and budget-friendly than the first option.