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Classroom

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A thoughtful classroom layout and table mats for team roles are important first steps in implementing Engaging Structures in your classroom.
Think about arrangingĀ desks or tables in a way that facilitates students collaboration. Numbering each group or pod and using table mats to clearly assign group roles will ensure that activities run smoothly.

You might consider doing some further research or looking at the following resources to help rearrange your classroom in a way that is more conducive to an engaging classroom:

12 Best Classroom Layouts in 2019 (with Table Diagrams)

https://medium.com/room2learn/top-5-classroom-layouts-for-engaged-learning-7ae3d7708297

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