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Presentation By: John Quincy Adams Middle School Chuck Dilauro Christina Johnson Jennifer Williams Jessica Radovich

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Bring Common Core with cooperative learning groups that focus on: full circle RTI (Response to Intervention) Close Reading Meaningful Discussions Technology Formative Assessment

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Session Objectives Understand how to use learning centers Experience how they work Gain resources on: RTI (Response to Intervention) Assessment/technology Close reading Meaningful discussions and questioning

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What is a learning center? Learning centers are designated activities that provide an engaging way for students to work independently of the teacher in small groups, pairs, or individually to reinforce and extend classroom learning. Learning centers for middle school students are designed with the middle-level student in mind.

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BENEFITS OF LEARNING CENTERS motivates students allows students to take charge of their learning appeals to social nature of middle school students group activities meets academic needs of individual students differentiated activities individual/small group meetings with the teacher incorporates reading, writing, listening, speaking, and viewing

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TYPES OF LEARNING CENTERS Teacher lead (most important) Independent reading Computer Independent seat work Writers workshop Vocabulary/word study

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The primary objective of a learning center model is to meet with students one-on-one and in small groups in order to provide remediation of skills and concepts covered in class.

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CREATING GROUPS group by need/skill group by interest group by learning styles group randomly (# drawn, colored cards, puzzle pieces, etc.) self-selected grouping (students select their own groups) flexible grouping (change groups as needed for any/all of the above)

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Other things to consider when using centers: Frequency Number of students per group Number of centers in a rotation Amount of time for each rotation All depend on the specific needs of each class

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Always post a rotation chart so that students know where to go and what to do in each station GROUP ROTATION 1 ROTATION 2 ROTATION 3 ROTATION 4 1 TRCI 2 RCIT 3 CITR 4 ITRC Centers: Teacher Reading Computer Independent

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Today we will model a four group rotation Center #1 RTI (Response to Intervention) Center #2 Close Reading Center #3 Meaningful Discussions Depth of Knowledge questioning Center #4 Assessment/Technology

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Reflection What do you feel you will be able to do differently with the content in your classroom as a result of learning centers? How does the learning center approach connect to the instructional shifts in CCSS? What will you do differently in your classroom as you implement learning centers?

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Contact Information John Quincy Adams Middle School 5525 Henican Place Metairie, LA

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