Why Are We Doing This?
Steps for Station Rotation
Step 1 - Organize
Divide up into groups of two (or more) learners, organizing yourself according to the technology you have available. It is up to you if you want to just focus on using the technology you have or create a more diverse group. Groups of 3-5 work best with a variety of technology at their disposal.
Step 2 - Select
Select a Project from the available list, come up with one of your own, or use the one setup at each station. You'll turn links to your projects into Padlet setup to capture your work.
Step 3 - Create
Select any ONE Station listed below and create the product suggested (or mix-n-match) using the technology. You can also come up with your own. When you're done, move on to the next.
Project Creation Stations
Use the navigation bar or the list of Stations:
Note: Use the navigation bar at the top of each page to help you "move" from station to station.
- Learner: Find ways to present and share information resources with others.
- Leader: Learn more about content curation as you explore technology-rich maker spaces.
- Citizen: Discover copyright-friendly sources you can take advantage of in this online exploration of STEM focused media.
- Collaborator: Leverage virtual communication tools to facilitate authentic, real-world learning experiences.
- Designer: Explore tools to create digital learning environments that accommodate learner differences and needs.
- Facilitator: Design computational learning experiences for students that encourage innovative thinking and problem-solving.
- Analyst: Formulate technology-enhanced summative and formative assessments that provide timely feedback to students. (Ozobots and Dump Truck activity)
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