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Differentiate Science Lessons by Using VR in Station Rotations

Science Scope—Fall 2023 (Volume 46, Issue 7)

By Michael McKenzie and Alex Fegely

Blended learning strategies combined with innovative technology, for example, virtual reality (VR), can be used in science classrooms to differentiate teaching and enrich learning experiences. The positive impacts of differentiated instruction in a classroom can lead to a better understanding of science content and improved inclusivity. Blended learning station rotation models allow multiple groups to work on different materials at the same time, while station rotations provide teachers the flexibility to incorporate collaboration, technology-focused learning, and small-group instruction.

Equity Inclusion Instructional Materials STEM Teaching Strategies Technology

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