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Learning stations: What is the best way to set them up and hold students accountable for each station? This would be for high school level Spanish.

Oct 11, 2014 1:33pm

Learning stations, differentiation.

  • 10-12
  • Class Culture / Differentiation / Engagement / Planning / Special Education
  • Formative Assessment / Independent Practice / Special Ed
  • Solorio


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    • Dec 24, 2014 11:40am

      I do this in the younger grades, though I imagine a similar structure could work k-12. First, I have similar types of stations each week (e.g. writing, poetry, games, listening, etc.) keeping the structure of each station consistent helps the students know what is expected. Then, I have each station written up on my white board with a spot for names underneath it. I have my students write their names under a station when they finish, this way they are publicly accountable. I have also done this with a spreadsheet printed out and each students name in one column and the stations above. When the student completes a station, they check it off by their name. This allows for you to keep a record over the course of several days/week of who has completed which station.