The Difference Between Centers & Stations

 

Centers and stations are great ways to boost classroom engagement and offer specific support. Centers are semi-permanent structures that support skills (i.e., writing, research) and therefore change infrequently. Stations are locations throughout a classroom that students rotate through to complete a lesson activity. Use stations to add more movement to your lessons, and use centers to provide consistent support for a desired goal, such as improving fluency.

 

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Centers & Stations Cheat Sheet

Piers Blyth