Posts Tagged: Math Stations in the Classroom

Supporting Guided Math Using Tabor Rotation

How can I support the implementation of balanced, small-group, guided math instruction in my school? How do I keep the momentum going after attending a Tabor Rotation Training? How do I share my enthusiasm and expertise in an effective way? These questions are asked quite frequently by teacher leaders, math coaches, administrators, and specialist who want to build the grass-roots movement of Tabor Rotation.…

Grouping in Math Using Tabor Rotation

“Always behave like a duck-keep calm and unruffled on the surface, but paddle like the devil underneath.” -Lord Barbizon “Help! My class is so much BIGGER this year… …what do I do?” “I just found out that I have 28-30 students. How do I use math stations now?” “Which is better—a larger group with an even number or a small group with an odd number?” “Is it better to have more math stations since I have more students?” These are some of the questions teachers submitted after conference sessions on Tabor Rotation.…