Launching Literacy Stations

Launching Literacy Stations
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3 videos in this playlist

Program 1: Launching Stations
Debbie explains the basic principles, and then launches work stations in two classrooms--the drama station in first grade, and the science station in second grade.
Program 2: Managing Stations
This program provides examples of the nitty gritty issues that emerge with work stations, and how they are handled by teachers.
Program 3: Sustaining Stations
Ensuring students have interesting, engaging materials in stations and can work independently in them is an ongoing challenge for teachers.

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