Guidelines for learning stations : a continuing professional education monograph
"Learning stations are much discussed and often written about. Educators are busy designing and planning learning centers for students, believing the centers motivate students and reinforce learning. Those who believe that students have different learning styles know too that some students do not care for learning stations. Also, much general instruction and learning are through interaction in small and large groups and teacher participation. The teacher is still responsible for the basic instruction, and stations are only a part of the instructional program. The following information will provide hints for the beginner in building learning stations, for those who have tried a few and desire to refine their technique, and for those who have had unsuccessful experiences."--Page 1.
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