Brian Moore , thanks for sharing your thoughts about choice and options for students in the classroom. I affirm your emphasis of student choice; at the end of last year, quite unexpectedly, a student shared a note with me, thanking me for allowing for many opportunities to pursue topics of personal interest within the various lessons and units. I see student choice as an intuitive feature of the classroom, since the class cannot look at every topic from history in great detail. If we set the table well, students are invited to identify, select, or create dishes that are appealing to them. In your talk, you mentioned curating and making many resources available for students; would you share an example of this for the group? Do you provide various PDFs on a Google Classroom or do you have physical sources in the classroom for students to use? Do you control the sources or to what extent do students find their own sources in support inquiry?