Station Rotation Progression
The Station Rotation Progression is a tool that identifies the necessary steps to take when implementing a blended station rotation. A progression is a pathway a learner might take to reach the end goal or learning target. This tool is carefully sequenced across three phases of implementation:
The ultimate goal of the progression is to help teachers-- working on their own or with a supportive coach, leverage the blended station rotation to personalize instruction for every learner in his or her classroom.
By design, our PL Coaching and Development Rubric does not reference any specific model because all teacher and student actions exist in a personalized learning environment regardless of model. The blended learning progression tools (more coming fall 2020!) are the first and only tools that suggest sequential steps to take to move towards a personalized blended environment that are specific to a model. The suggested next moves to take are just that, suggested. Suggested next steps are not the only way to advance towards personalization, they are the most common moves we’ve seen over our years of coaching implementation. To view all PL Rubric and TEI alignment, check out inspiration bank on the individual phase pages.
Check out the video below for a quick introduction of the tool and how to use it in your role.
View the slides from the video below.