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Tabor Rotation is a comprehensive framework that powerfully and effectively differentiates and personalizes instruction in a guided math classroom.
Tabor Rotation FAQs
How does Tabor Rotation personalize & differentiate math instruction?
Tabor Rotation is a framework that makes learning fun again, differentiates to meet the needs of all learners, and is strategically aligned to state objectives and the rigor of the state test. It also teaches students social skills such as teamwork and problem solving and develops more independent learners.
Tabor Rotation is the perfect framework for balanced math! A week/unit of Tabor Rotation gives teachers a way to help every student accelerate with engaging & hands-on math stations, front-loading of needed skills & concepts, and teacher-guided small groups based on specific levels of student mastery of the unit’s concepts.
Why should I use Tabor Rotation for balanced math and math stations?
The 14 Essential Elements and 3 Phases of the Tabor Rotation Framework incorporate everything you need for balanced math in a digital age. The mixed-ability stations in Phase Two of Tabor Rotation make sure that students experience concepts in varied modalities and in a way that is meaningful & engaging.
Team Roles, Partner Work, Guided Questions, and Exit Questions help students with a vocabulary-rich discussion of the concepts while teaching personal accountability.
Tabor Rotation also brings immediate results on district and state tests. Tabor Rotation transforms the learning in classrooms every time it’s implemented. Teachers who use Tabor Rotation score at the highest levels in teacher evaluations. Last, but not least, students are engaged in the learning process provided in the Tabor Rotation Framework and LOVE math.
The real question might be, “Why wouldn’t you use Tabor Rotation?”
Does Tabor Rotation work with guided math & math stations at the elementary, middle, and high school level?
Tabor Rotation has proven to be highly effective at every level from PreK to 12th grade. (Check out the RESULTS page to see more). Whether you’re an Algebra I teacher looking for a way to use small groups in your classroom, a 4th grade teacher trying to help your students understand unit fractions, or a kindergarten teacher determined to teach high-level concepts in a concrete way, Tabor Rotation is PERFECT for you!
Can Tabor Rotation help with small-group instruction in other subjects?
Most definitely, YES! The 14 Essential Elements and 3 Phases of Tabor Rotation guide teachers in doing what is best for ALL learners in ALL subjects!
How can I get the Tabor Plan for Balanced Math in my classroom?
You need to attend a Tabor Rotation Institute or have a Tabor Rotation LITE Institute at your school. Her institutes and trainings are well worth your time and resources!
Glenna attends to details in her trainings to make sure you feel valued. She creates opportunities for experiential learning and models those strategies so you leave knowing how to go back and implement what you have learned. She will inspire you with her stories and her heart for kids. You will leave feeling energized as her enthusiasm is contagious!
What if I want to learn more about guided math, the Tabor Rotation way, but can’t make it to an institute?
Be sure and join the Tabor Team (Basic Membership is FREE.) We’re about to unveil Tabor Rotation Online. Tabor Team Members will have the first opportunity to participate in Tabor Rotation Online and will get a 20% discount.
Your school can be trained via the web! Glenna is a highly effective on-line coach and trainer! Contact her to find out more.
You can learn a lot about balanced math and effective math stations just by using the FREE materials available to all Tabor Team members. Begin downloading FREE station activities today!