“Academic Choice uses a three-part structure of planning, working, and reflecting. In the planning phase (opening), teachers present the choices and help students select an option that will help them meet their learning goals. During the working phase (body), teachers offer support as children follow through on the choice they made during planning. And during reflecting (closing), teachers offer prompting questions that help students think about how their work turned out, what they learned, and how their choices helped or hindered that learning.”

–from The Joyful Classroom

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