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Explanation Station


Looking for a worthwhile station during Guided Math? How about one that is an excellent formative assessment that makes student mathematical thinking visible and helps you determine next steps in small group instruction? And what if this same station worked for any math topic/concept? Look no further… what you need is an Explanation Station. What […]

Reflection on Managing a Station or Center


I have been assisting in a grade 3 classroom every Friday for the past month. My job: train students how to go through the steps of an iPad math creation station. The goals: 1) the current math student learning objective and 2) independence! In reflecting on my time in there, I think it has been […]

Digital Lesson Creator


Recently, someone shared Blendspace with me. If you want to create stations, differentiate instruction and/or preview, enhance or review topics with students, you’ll want to check out this quick demo of this service: Using Google Classroom? Blendspace lessons may be a perfect match for organizing links and online content for access via a Classroom Assignment. […]

Preparing for the Station Rotation Model


So you want to make stations in your room… and want one to be technology infused… I have been thinking about how I can support people who are contemplating this endeavor. I did a little searching around and came across a blog post by Catlin Tucker about the Station Rotation Model. I found it most […]

A Learning Station – Is That What Awesome Looks Like?


EdTechTeacher has another great free resource that I came across… an eBook entitled “What Does Awesome Look Like?” This book focuses on iPad activities in the classroom. Therefore, for those who are looking for more ideas, you’ve hit the jackpot again! Personally, I’m very excited to view the book under the lens of making student […]

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