Tag Archives: student choice

Structuring for Choice—The Teacher’s Role

  UPDATE  January 18, 2016 Angela Watson has an excellent article about helping students become more effective at managing their own learning.  Hope you’ll take the time to check it out.  Her suggestions are always very direct, clear, and easy … Continue reading

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Choice in Student Motivation

I have always found learning to be intensely motivating in itself; the problem comes when students are learning something different from what I want them to learn. They are always learning—it’s what their brains are designed for—but unfortunately they can … Continue reading

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