"Classroom Seating Chart Template"

What Is a Classroom Seating Chart?

A Classroom Seating Chart is a plan that shows the seating arrangements of a specific classroom. The purpose of the chart is to organize students in a room (or area) and put the seating arrangements on paper for further convenience.

Alternate Name:

  • Classroom Seating Plan.

Seating Chart templates can vary depending on a lot of aspects, such as the shape of the room, the number of students in the class, the circumstances of the situation in which they will be used, etc. In addition to this, the seating arrangements of the classroom can have a big impact on the students, helping them to learn more effectively.

A Classroom Seating Chart PDF version can be downloaded through the link below.

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How to Create a Classroom Seating Chart?

Generally, a teacher creates a seating chart for their classroom. They may use Blank Seating Chart templates, looking for one that will suit their classroom the best. The charts can include information such as:

  • Room. The chart should contain the classroom number the class is dedicated to;
  • Teacher. For convenience it might be a good idea to designate the teacher's name;
  • Class. This part of the chart states the studying year of the class;
  • Class Period. Here the plan provides information about the time period of the day when the class takes place.

The informative part is usually followed by a chart that is made in accordance with the seating places of the room. Each square contains a gap for the name of the student that occupies the seating place according to the plan.

Different types of classroom arrangements work better for different types of rooms. Here is a list of the most popular ones:

  1. Central Aisle. The seating plan works for rectangular classrooms, where the teacher would like to walk around the classroom and keep an eye on their students. Nevertheless, it does not cater very well to group work.
  2. Optimum Interior Loop. This kind of seat configuration works better for auditorium-style classes. It can also be used for students to easier integrate into groups of four during class activities.
  3. Double E. One of the most space-efficient arrangements that creates two smaller areas in the middle of the desks. It can provide some space for small group work.
  4. Computer Room. As it is clear from the name of this seating plan, it works best for the computer rooms since each desk is placed in a position where it can have a cable connection.
  5. Free Form. This type of room arrangement is best used for free-thinking students and teachers because it can better allow them to think outside the box during the leaning process.
  6. Band Room. The configuration of the room is specifically designed to create superior acoustics which is best for choir or musical practice.

When choosing the classroom arrangement it is necessary to take into account many aspects that can influence the learning process, such as possible distractions, teaching style, the number of students and their age, etc. Each of the room configurations mentioned above have their own benefits and drawbacks and will work for different situations.


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Sample Seating Chart
School _______________________
Location_______
Test___________________
Teacher __________________________
Proctor __________________________
Test Group Code __________ Room # ________ Date _____________ Time_______
Session Name (CBT only) ________________________________
FRONT OF THE ROOM
BACK OF THE ROOM
Student Assessment and Educational Testing
Sample Seating Chart
School _______________________
Location_______
Test___________________
Teacher __________________________
Proctor __________________________
Test Group Code __________ Room # ________ Date _____________ Time_______
Session Name (CBT only) ________________________________
FRONT OF THE ROOM
BACK OF THE ROOM
Student Assessment and Educational Testing