The Rotation Models
This week we continue to explore working variations of the Blended learning rotation model. The rotational models mainly focus on modular, in-class, tech assisted learning. This week we cover “Station Rotation”.
Station Rotation is a blended learning model in which students cycle through activities within the classroom through a set of segmented modalities as designed by the educator. For example, a typical rotation schedule may revolve groups of students through a brief lecture, then supplementary reading online, then a set of example problems or activities all within one designated period.
Blended Learning Definitions.” Christensen Institute, 2 May 2014, www.christenseninstitute.org/blended-learning-definitions-and-models/.
Hunsinger, Jessica. “Station Rotation & Lab Rotation: Blended Learning Models.” Kiddom, 10 Mar. 2018, blog.kiddom.co/station-rotation-lab-rotation-blended-learning-models/.
Station Rotation – Blended Learning. (n.d.). Retrieved May 1, 2019, from https://sites.google.com/site/blendclass/station-rotation