In a study done by IAFOR Journal of Education: Studies in Education Volume 9 – Issue 6 – 2021-Middle School- found that learning stations created a dynamic classroom, which prompted students to engage in self-regulatory behaviors and develop their knowledge and understanding. Learning stations should have a specific purpose, goal, or standard for that particular content area. The three domains of learning are cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. Stations should include these domains and generate a differentiated or leveled learning. Using all types of equipment, space, and thinking outside of the box, teachers can explore engagement and collaboration to master standards in their grade level and content.
- Content—what the student needs to learn or how the student will get access to the information;
- Process—activities in which the student engages to make sense of or master the content;
- Products—culminating projects that ask the student to rehearse, apply, and extend what he or she has learned in a unit; and
- Learning environment—the way the classroom works and feels.
Join us at the Macon Piatt Regional Office of Education and experience K-12 learning stations that can be easily made by participants for their classrooms. Stations will be exhibited for participants to practice and prizes will be awarded throughout the training. Come and make learning exciting and engaging for your students and you.