Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

Station Rotation Model: Alternative Group Formations

When I lead blended learning workshops or work as a 1:1 blended learning coach, I field a lot of questions about the design of station rotation lessons. Teachers see my examples which show four separate groups and assume that all … Continue reading

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Ongoing Self-Assessments: Students Reflect On and Document Their Progress

For the last two years, I have published several blogs detailing my journey away from traditional grading and assessment practices. The purpose of this shift was three-fold. I wanted to shift the conversation from points to the development of skills. … Continue reading

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Station Rotation Model: Grouping Strategies

The Station Rotation Model is a blended learning model where students rotate through a series of online and offline stations. This model is an easier shift for elementary teachers who are already use learning stations with students. Unfortunately, most secondary … Continue reading

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