Personalized Learning Element #2: Voice and Choice

Another facet of our districtwide personalized learning initiative is to empower students with voice and choice in their learning experience. What I have found over time is that because these attributes are so inconsistently offered to students in a classroom setting, often students must first be extended choices before they will then begin to provide the teacher with feedback. Positive teacher-student relationships then lead to authentic and constructive student voice that is vital to the evolution of best personalized practices in a classroom.

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