Where you sit in Class/Seminar says a lot about You!


Everyone knows if you want to impress the teacher, you sit in the front and if you care not to learn then the back you go. But this diagram from PHD Comicss shows what it means when you sit in other areas of the classroom as well. I thought it was pretty interesting.


One comment for “Where you sit in Class/Seminar says a lot about You!”

  1. I have been getting a lot of responses about this being similar to the T-zone. I never heard of it but did some research. WikiAnswers says that:

    This relates to the action zone in the classroom. Research completed by Adams and Biddle (1970) said that the most verbal interaction between students and teachers occurred with students in the front row and in the centre of the room (where they can get the most eye contact with the teacher). This has been challenged on many occasions though with recent studies indicating that it is more complicated than that.

    Posted by TheMoneyMaven | October 27, 2009, 2:35 pm

Post a comment