Learning designers empathize and seek to understand, define challenges and decisions to be made, share and value all ideas, create prototypes for iterations of their work, test their iterations to determine what works and how to move the design forward, and value the learner as the center of design. In this blog post from DTour professional learning, you will learn about structuring learner choice through the 5 components of bounded autonomy and the 4 conditions that will help you coach learners into making good choices.

As you read "Designing for Choice & Autonomy," you should be able to identify three major concepts:

  1. Why we should design learner choice through bounded autonomy.
  2. The 5 components of bounded autonomy.
  3. The 4 conditions necessary for learners to make good choices.