By Mike Anderson
Do you want to differentiate learning for your students but feel overwhelmed? Want your students to learn more and be more motivated about their learning? Wouldn’t it be nice if there were fewer disruptions in your classroom?
What if one strategy (when used well!) could help with engagement, discipline, and academic achievement?
In this book, you will learn a simple yet powerful process for implementing choice well. You’ll also explore important conditions to create so that your students will choose well–based on what they need as learned instead of what seems easiest or what their peers are choosing. You’ll also find many practical strategies and examples to guide your planning and work.
Written in a conversational style for K-12 educators (classroom teachers, special areas, special educators, etc.), you’ll find this book to be an easy to read and practical guide for implementing choice well in the classroom.