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Using Stations with Older Students to Manage Your Class and Differentiate Learning

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When you think of teaching with stations, are you reminded of kindergarten or elementary grades? Did you ever think of it as a strategy to use with older students? Stations can work for all ages since they allow teachers to interact with small groups of students while keeping the others on task. Join Avi Spector as he discusses how stations can be used effectively with older students. He will share how they can be used as a classroom management strategy that allows for differentiation, better use of technology, blended learning, and close monitoring of student progress, regardless of class size or subject. Come discover the best part about centers - that little has to change in order to get started!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, August 2, 2016 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Classroom Management, Differentiation & Personalization
Tags: blended learning, centers, classroom management, differentiated learning, differentiation, stations

Reviews (77)

Full Member
This was fantastic information about setting up stations. I look forward to using the ideas presented to make my Math class more engaging and stations running smoothly.
Full Member
The aspect of managing behavior through learning stations was interesting.
Thanks for the great ideas
Full Member
Thank you
Some really good ideas were presented! I can tweak them to make them work in my classroom.
Full Member
The presenter is very knowledgeable and knows his stuff. I am walking away with the desire to do this. I a more positive attitude. I feel like I could do this in my room.
Full Member
Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!
always learning some new ideas. THANK YOU
Full Member
Great station ideas. I have used stations with younger students and am looking forward to trying some of these ideas with my older guys.
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