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Research-based Evidence For Using Choice Boards in the Classroom

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Session Description:
Choice boards are a simple strategy that teachers can use to provide their students with voice and choice in the kinds of activities they complete. Although the teacher specifies which activities the student will choose from, the student gets to choose from several sets of options that match their learning style. Join Michelle Dragalin as she shares twelve pieces of research-based evidence that supports the use of choice boards in the classroom. You will also walk away with time-saving tips for designing choice boards that are adaptable to your studentsí individual needs and how to incorporate them into your instructional plan.

Learning Objective:
  • Explore twelve pieces for research-based evidence that supports the use of choice boards in the classroom as an effective tool for differentiating instruction.
  • Design a content area or grade level area specific choice board to meet the needs of diverse learners in the classroom.


  • Assessment: Participants will join a collaborative backchannel chat and discuss the evidence for using choice boards to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.

    Details

    Status: Available On-Demand
    Subject: Cross-curricular
    Last aired on: Wednesday, December 21, 2022 @ 3:00 PM EST
    Duration: 30 minutes
    Credit Hours: 0.5
    Categories: Differentiation & Personalization
    Tags: Choice Boards, Student Engagement

    Reviews (36)

     
    Great information!
     
    Love Choice Boards!!!!
     
    great information
     
    Good Info
     
    very helpful information
     
    Very interesting information!
     
    Good information
    Basic Member
     
    Having used choice boards, it does increase student engagement as the student chooses what they want to do.
     
    This is an excellent way to assess student understanding of a novel or short story.
     
    Look forward to researching some for HS Spanish.
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