When I work with teachers, I hear that planning activities for the teacher station of station-rotation blended learning, is actually the easiest station to plan.  This station provides opportunities to conduct the small-group direct instruction that can be almost impossible to squeeze into whole-group instruction.   For those of us who use a formal curriculum, our teachers’ manuals contain a variety of differentiation/universal access lessons that are perfect for this station. I remember that as a new teacher, I would just skim these, recognize their potential use, but move on after realizing that I did not have a way to just teach the lesson toRead More →