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The How to of Learning Stations


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  • 1. Photo by Renato Ganoza, The How To of Learning Stations
  • 2. I never teach my pupils; I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn. - Albert Einstein
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  • 4. Time limits Proficiencies Abilities Interests Skills Learning needs Emotions Moods Talents Behavior Strengths Background knowledge Students have different …
  • 5. How do they study at home? Adjust the light & temperature Take breaks at leisure Snack Use comfy furniture Listen to music
  • 6. Our learning environments should prepare for the work field & help us meet students’ diverse needs Photo by Shermeee,
  • 7. Their professions will allow them these choices & conditions
  • 8. Image KSC-04PD-0583 CC by NASA Group work Facilitate Learning stations
  • 9. Consider the developmental stage
  • 10. Image CC Classroom View by Kathy Cassidy, Flicker What does it look like? Group work Individual work Whole class
  • 11. Becreativewithyourspace!
  • 12. Image CC Classroom View by Kathy Cassidy, Flicker Technology station
  • 13. Reading stations
  • 14. Art stations
  • 15. 03 - October - 2008 -- Wii Kids by reway2007, Flickr Game stations
  • 16. Maker Stations
  • 17. Dress up or make believe stations
  • 18. Board games, blocks, Legos, play dough, science experiments, etc.
  • 19. You may have stations to support learning needs - ADD, autism, low literacy, language learning, etc.
  • 20. Ask students to design their own stations
  • 21. Adapted image via Include challenge cards with ideas
  • 22. Include props or structures to inspire creativity
  • 23. Set time limits or do rotations
  • 24. Ask parents for supplies or to decorate
  • 25. More tips! Clean-up instructions Hands-on games & materials Pillows, sofa, or other comfy furniture Station leaders Help crew
  • 26. How do I manage this?
  • 27. Activity Logs
  • 28. Calendars
  • 29. • Give each group a stack of yellow, blue, & red cups. • The top cup is their status. • Yellow= sunny & bright, everything's all right • Blue= we're through, what should we do? • Red= we have a problem we cannot solve alone The Cup System
  • 30. Get your copy of Learning to Go- Twitter: @ShellTerrell Amazon- The 30 Goals for Teachers