Intelligent Systems Duo



How should we structure schools
to help students 
to make the learning choices 
they really want to make?

Is this about self-control within a controlled environment?
Is learning a self-control problem?

Do teachers really understand
how school environments shape students' cognitive decision-making
how much self-control does a student needs to learn
to make good decisions?

What can school leaders do 
that positively structures the learning environment 
that helps students to self-control choice?

Self-control is an executive function.
Self-control is a mental skill.
Self-control is a cognitive action.

Learning to make important decisions 
requires schools to create the environments 
where students gain self-control.








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