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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 (21)

Full Member
Thanks, this was great! I am so stuck in my ways of changing each group's color, that I often forget. This was a great reminder of why it's important to do that!
Full Member
Great suggestions! I would like to see some suggestions for math stations.
Full Member
Great ideas and good examples on how to use this.
Full Member
Great webinar.
I am glad that I reviewed it.
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
Full Member
Excellent presentation! This is geared mostly to high school (and possibly middle school) teachers, but the presenter also stresses the importance of thinking more like an elementary teacher setting up centers in terms of the logistics and usefulness of stations. Well worth the time spent viewing this!
Full Member
I've been thinking about something like this. I want to try it this summer with a few students.
Love the station ideas! Thanks!
Full Member
This is well presented. Even as an elementary teacher I liked seeing how this could be done at the secondary level as well.
Full Member
This is an area I need help with. Some great ideas. I look forward to trying some of these ideas.
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