Student Voice

Student Voice

Getting elementary students involved in their learning produces results. By Kristine Fox Principal, January/February 2012 Web Exclusive Why wait until students are in high school to actively listen to their voices? Listening to the voice of students provides benefits to both students and educators. Students develop ownership and responsibility for their education while teachers gain new understandings and insights from listening to student voice.

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