Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

Inspiration Stations: A Creative Spin on the Station Rotation

This year, I’ve focused on using the Station Rotation Model to: create smaller learning communities within our larger class spend more time working in small groups with students more effectively differentiate instruction make the most of our limited technology Most … Continue reading

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Differentiate Reading with Rewordify

In an earlier post titled How Challenging Is that Online Text?, I shared the Readability tool that can help educators determine how hard an online text is to see if it is a good match for their students. Then in … Continue reading

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Combatting a Culture of Learned Helplessness

I led a training last week on blended learning and asked teachers to brainstorm the biggest challenges they face in the classroom. One answer resonated with me. “Learned helplessness.” On my drive home, I kept mentally returning to this phrase. … Continue reading

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