Educator Reflection Tips

Educator Reflection Tip #54: Does offering “student choice” have an impact on student achievement?

As more and more schools across the United States are moving to virtual/distance learning, have you remembered to continue providing “choice” when assigning/planning remote learning activities for your students? According to the Harvard Graduate School of Education, student autonomy leads to motivation and change. It could also result in increased student engagement and improved proficiency. To learn more benefits of offering choices to your students, read the complete research on this topic here:

How are you promoting engagement?

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