The Student Voice 1960 1965

Author: Clayborne Carson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780887363238
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The Student Voice 1960 1965 from the Author: Clayborne Carson.

Student Voice

Author: Russell J. Quaglia
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1483379787
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Student Voice from the Author: Russell J. Quaglia. Meaningful school reform starts with your most powerful partner—your students! When you take time to listen, you’ll find that students’ aspirations can drive your school toward exciting new goals—and when students know they’re being heard, they engage meaningfully in their own academic success. Using examples drawn from student surveys, focus groups, observations, and interviews, this groundbreaking book presents a blueprint for a successful partnership between educators and students. You’ll discover how to: Ask the right questions—and understand how to build from the answers Engage students in decision-making and improvement-related processes Implement the Aspirations Framework to guide students toward their full potential

Student Voice

Author: Michael Lubelfeld
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475840039
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Student Voice from the Author: Michael Lubelfeld. Student Voice: From Invisible to Invaluable is about why and how today’s leaders need to connect with students for success. The premise of this book is that student voice is often invisible and that is possibly why schools have changed little since the 19th Century. From digital citizenship to teacher evaluation, we submit that the voice of students can be and needs to be amplified. The authors wrote this book to help elevate the power and influence of student voice in the transformation and leadership of our schools. The authors provide context that helps frame where education has been, where it stands today, and where the authors propose we go in school leadership. To truly transform, schools leaders in the classroom, principal’s office, and district office need to elevate the voice of the student. There is no greater way to inspire our children than to let them have a say in their own education. We simply cannot create the leaders of tomorrow when we do not let them lead today. This book will provide examples of excellence, stories of success, and practical tips to help you move student voice from invisible to invaluable.

Student Voice Handbook

Author: Gerry Czerniawski
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1780520417
Size: 62.61 MB
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Student Voice Handbook from the Author: Gerry Czerniawski. The Student Voice movement of the United Kingdom influences discussion across various levels of education. Equally, international responses to Student Voice extend the debate and movement further. This text locates Student Voice within wider debates around empowered citizenry and the 'big society'.

Student Voice And School Governance

Author: Marc Brasof
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317529774
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Student Voice And School Governance from the Author: Marc Brasof. While student voice has been well-defined in research, how to sustain youth-adult leadership work is less understood. Students are rarely invited to lead school reform efforts, and when they are, their voice is silenced by the structural arrangements and socio-cultural conditions found in schools. This volume investigates problems with the neoliberal school reform movement, and how youth-adult partnerships have resulted in more effective reforms within schools and community organizations nationally and internationally. Stemming from an eight-year ethnographic study at a civic-themed public high school, the volume highlights the process of creating a school governance structure which produces active and informed citizens. Made up of executive, legislative and judicial branches, the program gives students the power to make, implement and review school policies and practices—a model that has found to effectively distribute leadership and trigger organizational learning, and is thus at the forefront of civic education.

Student Voice Teacher Action Research And Classroom Improvement

Author: Lisa M. Bell
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9462097763
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Student Voice Teacher Action Research And Classroom Improvement from the Author: Lisa M. Bell. The issue of teacher quality is increasingly seen as being central to education policy development and this emphasis highlights the role teacher professional development plays in improving teacher effectiveness and the quality of learning in the classroom. This book describes a large-scale research program which investigated the feasibility of using student perceptual measures as the basis for teacher development and classroom improvement. The book describes how teachers’ use of the student feedback, as part of an action-research process, was used to guide improvements to their respective classrooms which in turn provided them with increased opportunities for teacher development and growth. In addition to this, it reports the efforts of one school which purposefully linked the involvement of their teachers to their school improvement initiatives. This book would be of interest to a range of audiences including researchers, teachers and school leaders. Its attractions include its far-reaching implications for educational systems concerning the ways in which student feedback can be used to facilitate teacher development and growth. The book also reports the use of a multi-method research design in which quantitative and qualitative methods were successfully employed simultaneously within two concurrent and interrelated investigations.

Student Voice In School Reform

Author: Dana L. Mitra
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791478947
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Student Voice In School Reform from the Author: Dana L. Mitra. Examines a high school that sought to increase student participation in its reform process.

Student Voice In Mathematics Classrooms Around The World

Author: Berinderjeet Kaur
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9462093504
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Student Voice In Mathematics Classrooms Around The World from the Author: Berinderjeet Kaur. The Learner's Perspective Study ascribes to the premise that the investigation of social practice within the mathematics classrooms must attend to the learners’ practice with at least the same priority as that accorded to the teachers’ practice. In focusing on student voice within this partnership, as enacted in many different guises across different cultures and socio-political learning environments, we hope that we will be better informed to understand the relationship between pedagogy and learning mathematics, and between pedagogy and the empowerment of diverse learners. Research findings from the Learner's Perspective Study reported in this book and its companion volumes affirm just how culturally-situated are the practices of classrooms around the world and the extent to which students are collaborators with the teacher, complicit in the development and enactment of patterns of participation that reflect individual, societal and cultural priorities and associated value systems. In this book, we attend closely to this collaboration with our focus on the voice of the student. Collectively, the authors consider how the deliberate inclusion of student voice can be used to enhance our understandings of mathematics classrooms, of mathematics learning, and of mathematics outcomes for students in classrooms around the world. The Learner’s Perspective Study aims to juxtapose the observable practices of the classroom and the meanings attributed to those practices by classroom participants. The LPS research design documents sequences of at least ten lessons, using three video cameras, supplemented by the reconstructive accounts of classroom participants obtained in post-lesson video-stimulated interviews, and by test and questionnaire data, and copies of student written material. In each participating country, data generation focuses on the classrooms of three teachers, identified by the local mathematics education community as competent, and situated in demographically different school communities within the one major city. The large body of complex data supports both the characterization of practice in the classrooms of competent teachers and the development of theory.

Elevating Student Voice

Author: Nelson Beaudoin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317923936
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Elevating Student Voice from the Author: Nelson Beaudoin. This book demonstrates what schools can do to enhance student participation and engagement. It shows educators how to create opportunities for students to practice democracy and civic responsibility, develop a "school for each kid," and get students to care. Examples include community service, peer helpers, peer mediators, student-directed programs and events, student feedback to teachers, student-led conferences, students on interviewing committees, students on the school board, student publications, student speakers, and more. Also highlighted in this book are the exciting and enriching activities of First Amendment Schools.