Natalie uses station-rotation blended learning in her classroom. What does that mean? In short, it’s a model that invites students to rotate through different stations, allowing for more small group time and personal interaction with the teacher. Under this classroom structure, Natalie created a station where learners used Kaizena to practice their oral responses to situational prompts.
Here’s how she did it:
“I’m using this as a formative assessment tool so I can figure out what else my students need help with. It’s been great because even the really shy ones participated, without me having to pressure them! Plus, having it on Kaizena means that my students can get more practice rounds in, since they can access all the prompts in one place. This has really allowed them to practice their speaking skills before the big assessment.”
PS: Check out Natalie’s blog where she shares about the different projects she’s working on!
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