I'm trying to find ways to get my very unenthusiastic high school resource students more engaged and excited. I'm also frustrated that I feel like I can't reach everyone's deficit areas even though classes are small because they are SO diverse (for example, in 1 class I have a student with a written expression LD that reads on a college level and another student who reads on a 2nd grade level but does pretty well with writing, along with 8 other students with various reading and writing levels). I'm thinking stations may be the answer to both of those problems--more movement and short, varied activities that will hopefully engage them and get them a little more active in their learning and and I can group students by level so they can work on the skills they need to work on. I'm thinking I'll always either be a station or walk from station to station to assist students who need it. Have any of you incorporated stations at the secondary level? Any tips you can share?