- Why is choice motivating for learners?
- When choice is done well, it’s a vehicle for great learning, not just a gimmick for motivation.
- What is self-differentiation and how can choice help?
- What are good choices?
- Why is choice and autonomy most important for students who are disruptive?
- How can professional development be improved through the effective use of choice?
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Mike Anderson is an education consultant, award-winning teacher, and author of many books including What We Say and How We Say It Matter, The Well-Balanced Teacher, The First Six Weeks of School, The Research-Ready Classroom, and Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn. Learn more about Mike and his work or invite him to work with your school or district through his website: www.leadinggreatlearning.com. Connect with Mike on Twitter: @balancedteacher.