This Chemical Reactions blended learning rotation station incorporates an online simulation station, group collaboration station, and a teacher-led station.
You can do all three chemical reactions or pick and choose the stations you want your students to investigate. No matter which station they choose they all will help students understand what a chemical reaction is and how to balance chemical equations.
-Directions of how to do a science station rotation model
-Poster of student expectations during the science stations
-student directions for each station
-student handouts for each station
- answer key for the teacher-led station
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