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seating arrangement session 3.pptx

  1. Seating Arrangments Session -3
  2. Do Seating Arrangements have an Impact on Student Learning????
  3. Are you still teaching in a 19th century classroom?
  4. …bored in their learning environments? Are your students…
  5. …crammed into dense seating arrangements? Are your students…
  6. Is This Possible a Classroom?
  7. ● Share some of the ideas that make a classroom ineffective. What are Characteristics that make a classroom ineffective?
  8. Look At Traditional Classroom!
  9. suggestion for creating an effective classroom environment • Establish clear expectations • Foster positive relationships • Create a safe and welcoming space • Use a variety of teaching strategies • Provide timely and specific feedback • Incorporate technology • Model appropriate behaviour. • Establish fair environment. • Engage parents and guardians • Be consistent • Reinforce and compliment good behaviour. • Share personal experiences, such as goals, accomplishments. • Be clear about the consequences for bad behaviour.
  10. Youhave to consider the three main factor: 1) What activities will you teach? Read a story, small group activities, show a video, have students work independently, teach a whole group lesson, teach rules and expectations, taking a test, etc. What is the mosteffective arrangement?
  11. 2) How many students in your class? -below 10 -10 to 25 -above 25 3) How big is your class? -small -medium -large or hall
  12. Summarize what you’ve just learned:
  13.  Row (traditional)  Cluster/group  U-sharped/circle
  14. ClassroomArrangement Traditional Rows
  15. Traditional or Row Pros • Teacher center • Focus on teacher • Best for large class • Large space for students • Giving lecture and explain lesson • Q&A session • Best for exam Cons • Disengaging students • Limits interaction • Limit observation • Walk a lot in class (teacher) • Students at the back seem to drop off lesson • High voice
  16. RoomArrangement Cluster/Groups
  17. Cluster/Group Pros • Confidence • Share knowledge • Monitor student or work • Discussion • Unity • Being a leader Cons • Copy work • Not listen • Not work as a group • Hard to control • Noisy
  18. RoomArrangement The Circle
  19. RoomArrangement The Square
  20. Room Arrangement The U
  21. U-sharped/circle • Pros • Encourage interaction • Observation/assistance • Control behavior • Easy to hear everyone • Draw attention • Best for role playing/physical activities • Presentation Cons • Shy student • Student numbers • Require more space • Need removable desk, table and chairs
  22. RoomArrangement Theater-Style
  23. U-sharped/circle • Pros: • Space-efficient • Good visibility Cons: • Limited flexibility • Limited interaction • Accessibility
  24. Conclusion • Every teacher likes to arrange their classroom layout for the largest student benefit. Students need to focus and see what is going on in the classroom at any given time. Their seating arrangement can help students learning. • Although no perfect arrangement exists for all situations, a classrooms layout may need to change based on what a student needs are and how the class material is being presented.
  25. ThankYouFor Attention!
  26. Let’s discuss. Q&A