I faced three major issues using learning stations in y classroom: accountability, grouping, and monitoring. First, in terms of accountability, I clearly explained the tasks for each station and set out their expectation that the students should take responsibility for their own learning. However, some students sometimes were lazy and not on task. Some boys would spend the first five minutes just choosing a book in the “independent reading” station and did not totally concentrate on reading at all. They did not take responsibility for their own learning as the teachers had expected of them. Second, a grouping of the students was a big issue, too. Some students were put in the same group, but they refused to read to one another. Some boys had arguments with other group members in the station, too. Third, I worked with students in different stations, so it was very difficult for me to monitor students’ performance in the stations they were not at.