What tools can I use to create a student-paced learning environment?
We know from Daniel Pink’s work showcased in his book Drive that human beings are motivated by 3 principles: autonomy, mastery, and purpose. A student-paced learning environment leverages two of those–autonomy and purpose–to motivate students and, in the process, grow their responsibility, reduce behavior problems, and free you up to guide the learning and provide feedback.
This infographic showcases multiple tools that can be used to manage a student-paced learning environment.
Check out the infographic to see which one is the best fit for you!
In the infographic, I give a basic overview of each. To learn more about them, check out Chapter 9 of Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset.
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