Middle school ela stations

Transform your ELA classroom with these engaging stations designed specifically for middle school students. Explore top ideas to make learning fun and interactive for your students.
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Ok, I get these Q’s frequently from teachers who reach out to me regarding setting up and running stations or centers (same thing, basically) in their middle school English / Language Arts / Reading / Writing classes: How do I make stations work so I can . . . >> teach my students while also

Whitney Claiborne
Learning stations have transformed the way I teach by making my instruction more student-centered, engaging, collaborative, kinesthetic, differentiated, and accessible. In other words, stations are just good teaching. To make the process of designing stations a bit easier, I’ve dissected the steps I take from start to finish when I design a new set of learning stations. I hope this insight helps! Station Teaching, Active Learning Strategies, Planning School, Student Centered Learning, Teaching Literature, Ela Writing, Secondary Classroom, Drama Teacher, Learning Stations

Are you sold on learning stations in the secondary classroom, but just don’t know where to start? If so, you’re in the right spot! If you’re still skeptical of learning stations in the high school…

Write on with Miss G | English Teacher | Engaging ELA Lessons
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I’ll admit, when I first began using stations the main reason was so I didn’t have to make copies for 200 students. The copy machines at my school were frequently broken, out of toner, and often inaccessible due to high need from other teachers and the lack of regular and predictable planning periods. If I wanted to make copies, I either had to get to school around seven or stay well after the final bell rang. Even then I might not be able to print what I needed for my students because the…

Kristian pate