Stations

Stations

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Using stations around your classroom allows students to work cooperatively and be out of their seats in the classroom.  This can be used for hands-on experiments, use of manipulatives, or review of content.

  1. The teacher places stations around the classroom.  I use this strategy as a way to review a study guide.  I break the study guide into seven or so parts, put the questions on the station cards, and allow students to work cooperatively on each station.  Each student has a corresponding answer sheet to each station.
  2. In teams, the students will rotate to each station when the timer goes off.
  3. Once all have visited each station, the groups comes together and discusses the questions and answers.

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