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Using Station Rotation to Make Time for Personalized Learning

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Does personalizing learning seem too daunting or time-consuming to you and your teachers? Would you like to learn effective strategies for personalizing instruction that could benefit students and save teachers time? Join Catlin Tucker as she explores how the Station Rotation Model can help teachers of all grade levels create more opportunities to work directly with small groups of students, differentiate instruction, individualize scaffolding and support, and allow students to self-pace their learning.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Differentiation & Personalization, Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: differentiated instruction, differentiation, personalization, personalized learning, rotation, self-paced learning, stations

Reviews (53)

nice work
Nice work
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Great ideas!
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Geared toward older students but I still find some of the ideas beneficial for primary. Thank you!
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Great examples and illustrations.
Excellent suggestions for station teaching set-up. As a sped teacher, I really appreciated that in the beginning of the year you direct teach the processes (annotation) the students will need before they are expected to perform them without teacher guidance.
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Wonderful introduction! I am excited to bring this model to my teachers this year!
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Terrific ideas on station rotation. What a great way to ensure you are getting an opportunity to connect with your students and to make sure you are differentiating based on student levels. Loved all the suggestions on technology to use too.
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Wonderful introduction to rotation stations! I loved the detailed suggestions in regards to the logistics, grouping, and classroom management ideas. I greatly appreciate you providing us with a teacher's planning side that served me as a personal reflection to continue implementing this model in my own classroom, and for improvements next year. I am looking forward to a book Study this Summer 2020 with my World Language Colleagues in FriscoISD in Texas of your book "Balance with Blended Learning." Thank you for offering this great webinar!
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