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LEARNING CENTERS: ONE WAY TO DIFFERENTIATE INSTRUCTION


Learning Centers are small areas within a classroom. They can be a corner or alcove, a table and chairs or computer workstation that is set aside within a classroom where specific supplies or educational materials are stored in a way that provide easy access to students.

This document is an overview of the definition of a learning center and a 13 step how to:



This document offers a graphic that demonstrates Robert Marzano's research-based strategies for increasing student achievement:


The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) http://www.aft.org provides alternative classroom arrangements to accommodate differentiated instruction:


This document from the Memphis Tennessee City Schools explains a variety of grouping practices for students in grade K-6: