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Seating Arrangements in the ClassroomIt’s the first day of school, and students are filtering into the classroom. Some head straight through the rows to the back of the classroom, furthest from the teacher’s ears and eyes. A group of friends settle in the middle. A final few are forced to sit in the front for lack of open seats. Every student knows where they want to sit, and their reasoning rarely considers their education. It is up to the teacher to arrange seating so as to maximize students’ attention, productivity and participation. It almost goes without saying that seating should be rearranged on a regular basis. This keeps boredom at bay, simply through the change of environment, and can be customized for the given task, exercise, or general purpose. Depending on the size of the class, the task at hand, and what types of desks or tables are available, the optimal arrangement will differ. The dullest classes I have been in retained the same arrangement every day. Most often, it has been the classic row setup, involving straight rows of seats all facing the front of the classroom. Another popular setup is the circle, or horseshoe, arrangement, in which students sit in a ring or “U”. In my experience, the circle and horseshoe arrangements are most conducive