When utilizing station-rotation blended learning in my classes, I modify the stations suggested by the Clayton Christensen Institute (see image below). In my version of the rotations, I add an additional online instruction station.  At first, this may seem to create more zombies in the classroom, but it actually helps to create a quieter environment that supports two simultaneous small group activities.  Additionally, I use the extra station to incorporate individual lessons.  I teach English, so I often use this station for writing, graphic organizers, and individual reading.  However, I have heard that it can be used for meaningful activities in different subject areas, suchRead More →