Structured Choice fosters learner independence within teacher assignments. Structured choice benefits both teachers and students by building a culture where learners are routinely responsible for their own learning. Structured choice provides teachers with a tool for managing differentiated instruction because supports and extensions are visible. Students benefit from greater autonomy and motivation achieved through decision making and self-monitoring of learning progress. (Danielson 3a, 3c, 3e)
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