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What happens when I use student choice to differentiate elementary math learning stations?
Each student in our classroom is a unique individual with personal interests, preferred learning styles, and academic readiness levels that may differ from other members of the classroom community. It is a teacher’s responsibility to find ways to address these differences and engage all learners by differentiating the content, processes, products, and learning environments during learning tasks. This action research project examines the impact of using student choice to differentiate mathematics learning stations in an elementary classroom at San Diego Cooperative Charter School.