Station rotations are a tried-and-true blended learning technique for classrooms with limited technology. Students receive all the benefits of technology-based learning, and teachers don’t need to source devices for every student.
Other benefits of using stations in your classroom include:
- Student independence and ownership of various tasks
- Opportunities for small group instruction and student collaboration
- The chance for students to stay actively engaged and facilitate their own learning
- Easy differentiation and multiple opportunities for students to demonstrate understanding
Using online, offline and small-group instruction, station rotations keep students engaged in learning.
Stations have many benefits, but how do you make sure that the content your students receive at each station is differentiated to meet the needs of your learners? And how do you know if it’s working?
Prodigy is an online math tool that you can use in your station rotation activity! In under five minutes you can set up an effective, engaging online math station that delivers custom assignments to your students and provides you with a clear picture of student achievement and understanding.