Providing students a voice in their learning is critical for making learning meaningful. When students make choices about their learning and participate in instructional decisions, they are more engaged and intrinsically motivated. Helping students think about why they make choices can also foster Metacognition.
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Learn how Reflex offers choice while still targeting the individual math skills a learner needs to practice. When learners are given the opportunity to choose the game they play, they are more likely to maintain engagement and develop their fact fluency.