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Choice

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Esther Shear

on 5 August 2014

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Transcript of Choice

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A lesson from Ellen
Forging Pathways to Success
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Example from one of our teachers:
What does it mean for students to have

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"The drive for autonomy is powerful, and the motives that must be satisfied to overwhelm this drive must be powerful as well." - Schlechty
1. Buncee
Creation tool to make multimedia presentations, including digital stories and scrapbooks. Users can also create e-cards and invitations. Free.
"...students are more likely to find schoolwork compelling when they feel they have some control over the nature of their own participation."- Schlechty
Our definition:
Choice – Choice is about the student deciding how to accomplish a goal or create a project while utilizing his or her personal strengths. Teachers offer multiple paths for learning the content with different options for showcasing their acquired knowledge.

"We did a project about the American West where students chose their end product from a list of options. This included a power point about a topic, a reenactment, a formal paper, and a museum exhibit. All of those things accomplished the goal – learn about the American West. We did it in a way that allows students to use all of their strengths and express creativity. A student who is weak at writing papers might be strong at acting, or a student who is not strong on public presentations could be strong at research." -Mr. Lushbaugh
Three different ways students could present content digitally...
2. Flowboard
Interactive app for presenting a combination of documents, videos, and galleries with easy navigation built in. Free on iPad.
3. Glogster EDU
Digital platform for pictures, text, and video content in the form of a pinboard/blog. Free.
Making choices is part of everyday life for our students. So embrace it and incorporate it in your classroom.
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