S: Design by Choice
BC: by Rebecca Chaney Brenda Moss Steven Waters | GO TEAM!
FC: Ticket to Empowerment | GO TEAM! | Choice
1: The more students choose, the higher they will climb | Play Ball!
2: The drive for autonomy is powerful, and the motives that must be satisfied to overwhelm this drive must be powerful as well., Phil Schlechty Engaging Students, The Next Level of Working on the Work, 2011 Phillip C. Schlechty
3: GO TEAM | Students know what motivates them. Choice as a design element in student work gives them a vested interest in the outcome and leads to a higher level of student engagement. | BASEBALL
4: Hit one out of the park! | -Students Choose Assessment -Students Choose Projects -Students Choose Mode of delivery -Students Choose How to Demonstrate Mastery of Content Facilitator is selective as to when to provide different choices to students
5: If a team has a good attitude it will make a commitment to play the game right. Sparky Anderson Give a student choice and they will have a good attitude and they will play the game right in the classroom. Rebecca Chaney, Brenda Moss, Steven Waters