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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 (65)

Full Member
great ideas!
Full Member
Fantastic ideas I can use immediately in my classroom!
What a great way to group! I will be using this strategy.
Full Member
Fanstastic!! I loved hearing the rotation system and getting resources to differentiate instruction.
Basic Member
I am amazed at the opportunities for learning that arise through technology. This is amazing. Enjoyed the video. Thank you!
Basic Member
I appreciated the application component for the older groups. I loved your mention of how groupings are easy to catch onto if we are not careful.
Basic Member
Great breakdown. I use rotation as it is, but this gave me more ideas for grouping and types of sttaions!
Basic Member
Great ideas with stations and loved the tips and ways to organize on a spread sheet...
I enjoyed this explanation of importance of station work, and how to integrate into my classroom.
I really liked the spread sheet idea to have collected data. This would save so much thinking time when creating groups!
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