CVS Media Center learning stations are places in the library where students can work independently or collaboratively on activities that support student learning in the library. Currently many of the learning stations are focused on informational reading.
Reading informational text allows students to develop sophisticated comprehension skills, build critical content knowledge and vocabulary, and apply higher-order thinking skills.
Enjoy some pictures of students working at Media Center Learning Stations!
Why Mrs. Cabe loves learning stations…
Learning stations offer the opportunity for both independent and collaborative group work. Learning stations teach students how to take responsibility for their own learning by offering a plan but allowing students to embellish the product with their own creativity. Learning stations also deepen the learning process and further engage students by introducing hands-on explorations of relevant subjects. Learning stations can also give students a chance to practice skills and participate in activities that are relevant real life such as collaboration, cooperation, communication, and soft skills.