Tom Bennett, TES behaviour adviser, explains why seating plans are the best way of building a relationship with your class, as well as an effective method of making sure your students are in the best position possible to learn. This video is part of a series of behaviour management strategies. Find more here: http://www.tes.co.uk/classroom-management
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precolombian

2 years ago
5

F1roza

7 years ago
5

hazelandron

7 years ago
4

Great for getting kids to mix, learning names & breaking up potential problem groups that build up - always at the back!

getty

7 years ago
4

Great advice & it works! However many teachers in primary schools are instructed to organise pupils into groups such as 'kagan' fours. I've used almost every different seating arrangement over the years & the rows & columns arrangement works very well with challenging classes. Placing pupils into small groups of 4 can work well with primary pupils too. It does often depend on your class dynamics. Interestingly, the children like working in pairs.

DANIELRAKORO

7 years ago
5

Excellent. I love this part about breaking the social groups. More often, they fail to see the difference between a serious lesson and their chit chats.

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