Blogstitute Week 6: Debbie Diller’s math work stations video

August 3rd, 2012

We close this year’s Blogstitute with a sneak peek of Debbie Diller’s new math work stations video. The DVD will be available late 2012. If you would like to be notified when it’s available, sign up on the Stenhouse website. Until then, enjoy this clip:


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  • 1. Mrs. V  |  August 3rd, 2012 at 12:34 pm

    This has been a fun week in the series. I always love to see glimpses into classrooms and to hear well-known authors talking about work in classrooms. I agree with “I found that when I can show people video of what the stations look like in operation, it makes the picture of stations even clearer” in this video. I always love the combination of book explanations with pictures, figures, appendices, but actually seeing it is another great supplement.

    In this video I also appreciated the thinking aloud about instructional decisions that are based on the exact context of the day. I just read and loved Kassia Wedekind’s Math Exchanges, it seems like her book and the two math videos from this week all contribute to great professional conversations about math.

  • 2. Tracy  |  August 4th, 2012 at 8:51 am

    I second Mrs. V.’s comment about hearing the thinking and reflecting that goes into the station in order to modify and make improvements.

    I also appreciate the visual that a station does not have to be an over-the-top work of art. Manipulatives, writing implements and a buddy are all one needs. I think many teachers are overwhelmed when it comes to stations because they think it has to take a huge chunk of classroom space or are only for the artisically inclined.

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