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  1. I absolutely would chose Classroom B! With the statements that are included it fits “One Size Fits Each”. If kids are questioning and thinking. Then they will be sharing different points of view on whatever content is being discussed/studied. Students will pull from these discussions what fits their needs to make learning possible. When students have the opportunity to solve problems and chose why and how to solve problems they feel a sense of ownership in their academic journey. Making connections between students, teacher, and content in a way that successful learning is going on is 21st Century Learning.

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