Rows and classroom layout are used most of the time in higher education when students listen to the Teacher in the front. Here, the teacher cannot give one-on-one feedback as it is hard to reach students in the middle. It is a seating arrangement to get as many students in one classroom. As shown in the diagram below, the pros of a rows/classroom layout design encourage interaction work and productivity. At the same time, it minimizes disruptions and cheating, is effective for descriptions, and is even easier to navigate. However, as the diagram depicts, the cons of the rows/columns layout are that it somehow discourages student-centered discussion and group work. Meanwhile, it is also difficult for the teachers to move easily from student to student.