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Methods and Strategies: Inventive Learning Stations

by: Olga Jarrett

Learning stations can be used for myriad purposes—to teach concepts, integrate subject matter, build interest, and allow for inquiry—the possibilities are limited only by the imagination of the teacher and the supplies available. In this article, the author shares suggestions and a checklist for setting up successful learning stations. In addition, a series of learning stations on inventions used in the author’s own classroom is included.

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Type Journal ArticlePub Date 1/1/2010Stock # sc10_047_05_56Volume 047Issue 05

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