Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

Station Rotation Model: Student Designed & Led Stations

One of the benefits of the Station Rotation Model is how easy it is to design activities at different levels to meet the diverse needs of a group of students. I spend a lot of time tailoring activities to support … Continue reading

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Why Is K-12 Education So Slow to Change?

If you are attending SXSW in March, I’ll be speaking on a panel with Alberto Carvalho, the superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, and Keith Krueger, the CEO of the Consortium for School Networking. Why Is K-12 Education so Slow to Change? Monday, … Continue reading

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Podcast: Diving into Technology & Blended Learning

Check out my conversation with the lovely ladies who host CNUSDEchat podcast, which is officially launching February 1st! We had the opportunity to chat about blended learning, flexible classroom spaces, and the importance of placing students at the center of learning! … Continue reading

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