Dr. Russell J. Quaglia is recognized globally as a pioneer in the field of education, known for his unwavering dedication to student aspirations and student voice. In addition to founding and leading the Quaglia Institute for Student ...
Author: Russell J. Quaglia
Publisher: Corwin Press
Involve and inspire students with these one-of-a-kind activities! Promote student self-expression, values, hopes and dreams with this extraordinary activity book from internationally acclaimed experts Dr. Russell Quaglia, Michael Corso and Julie Hellerstein. Based on hundreds of interviews, years of experience and easy-to-implement K-8 activities help you to: Foster student engagement, purpose, leadership and self worth Provide creative and challenging activities for all ability levels Align activities with Common Core and ISTE Standards and 21st Century Skills Capitalize on technology and promote interdisciplinary connections Includes a handy correlation chart and extended learning opportunities. This inspiring, one-of-a-kind book will help your students soar to success!
Bourke and Loveridge emphasise the need to conceptualise and conduct student voice research in a way that facilitates the expression of diverse student voices and for researchers to be responsive to the interests of students, ...
Author: Roseanna Bourke
This book celebrates the rights of the child, through including student voice in educational matters that affect them directly. It focuses on the experiences of children and young people and explores how our educational policies, practices and research endeavours enable educators to help young people tell their own stories. The respective chapters illustrate how listening to young people can help them attain new positions of power, even though doing so often creates discomfort and requires a radical change on the part of the adult establishment. Further, the book challenges researchers, teachers and practitioners to reconsider how students are involved in research and policy agendas, and to what extent radical collegiality can create fundamental and positive changes in the lives of these learners. In recent decades, greater attention has been paid across policy, practice and research discourses to involving children more meaningfully and actively in decisions about their participation in both formal and informal educational settings. The book’s goal is to illustrate how researchers have systematically involved students in the pursuit of a richer understanding of educational experiences, policy and practice through the eyes and ears of young people, and through their own cultural lens.
Opening the floodgates: Giving students a voice in school reform. Forum, 43(2), 91–94. Mitra, D. (2003). Student voice in school reform: Reframing student-teacher relationships. McGill Journal of Education, 38(2), 289–304.
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.
ELSPETH JONES AND VIV CARUANA Contributions from diverse countries and contexts will engage the reader of this volume with the 'student voice' on internationalisation in higher education. The book acknowledges and learns from students' ...
Author: Elspeth Jones
This groundbreaking volume seeks to take the first steps in analyzing the impact of internationalization initiatives from student perspectives. As programs are increasingly delivered overseas and we seek to offer domestic students an international experience, how do we know what works for students and what does not? Encompassing the fast-growing global imperative is a significant challenge for higher education and this collection identifies opportunities for enrichment of the learning environment, with all chapters based on direct research with students. The book provides essential reading for anyone engaged in internationalization and wishing to learn more about the impact on students of a range of initiatives in order to apply the lessons in their own contexts. Chapters include student responses to the following learning contexts: "traditional" international contexts, where students study outside their home country for shorter or longer periods; "trans-national" programs where students study at home or in another country and faculty from the awarding university fly in to deliver courses; domestic students studying in their home country, with staff seeking to internationalize the curriculum; students having transformational international experiences in other countries through service learning/volunteering, or study abroad
This book offers a fundamental truth: If you listen carefully when students talk, you will learn a great deal. ... and Silverman go right to the source, the purest source, the student voice, to find out what truly works for students.
Author: Martha E. Casazza
We are surrounded by voices, but how often do we actually stop and listen to the stories they have to tell? Martha E.Casazza and Sharon L. Silverman have been listening to the stories of students for the past five years, and they share how high achievers have overcome obstacles. Throughout the interviews, students told the authors having someone believe in them was key to their success. Find out what else made a difference in their lives by listening closely to Student Voices. This book offers a fundamental truth: If you listen carefully when students talk, you will learn a great deal. Casazza and Silverman listened, and the result is both a celebration of student achievement and a model for how to foster it. Mike Rose, author, Back to School: Why Everyone Deserves a Second Chance at Education Casazza and Silverman go right to the source, the purest source, the student voice, to find out what truly works for students. This is what we as educators need to hear and heed if we truly want to succeed in our efforts to improve education. Robin Ozz, president, National Association for Developmental Education
The application of the Enlightenment idea of rights to children was to have profound effects on the status of the student voice in schools, finding its way into attempts to reform children's status in the wake of scandals over child ...
Author: Janice Wearmouth
Taking a novel approach to the concept of ‘voice’ within education systems, this insightful text considers the extent to which the values, opinions, beliefs and perspectives of pupils, families, teachers, and members of senior management are heard in educational settings, and explores what can be learned from integrating their views and opinions in decision-making processes. Pupil, Teacher and Family Voice in Educational Institutions traces the historical and legal developments which have heralded an increased appreciation of individuals’ perspectives in key decision-making processes. Chapters consider how various parties can be encouraged to voice their opinions and beliefs, and address the issues and challenges which may face institutions as they seek to create an atmosphere of open and active consultation and engagement. Drawing on evidence-based research, case studies and personal accounts, chapters reflect upon the concept of ‘voice’ in diverse settings and acknowledge the sometimes significant divergence between the intended and actual extent to which such opinions, beliefs and perspectives are reflected in day-to-day practice. Offering in-depth exploration of the concept of ‘voice’ and the benefits, implications, challenges and practicalities associated with it, this text will be of interest to future and in-service teachers, educational researchers and policy makers.
Introduction This chapter focuses on the evidence base which is collected in the name of student voice (often ... This exploration looks at how student voices are heard (or not heard) within institutions in the United Kingdom (UK) ...
Author: Tom Lowe
Drawing on scholarship as well as established practice, A Handbook for Student Engagement in Higher Education is a sector-leading volume that unpacks the concept of student engagement. It provides ideas and examples alongside compelling theory- and research-based evidence to offer a thorough and innovative exploration of how students and staff can work together to genuinely transform the higher education learning experience. Providing readers with evidence from successfully embedded schemes, the book uses case studies and practical, workable examples from a variety of international institutions. With the insight of world-leading contributors, it showcases what good practice looks like in higher education institutions across the globe. Simultaneously collating a wealth of contemporary research, this book creates vivid connections between theories and student engagement in higher education, with chapter topics including: Creating relationships between students, staff and universities Offering non-traditional students extracurricular opportunities Taking a students-as-partners approach Critically reflecting on identities, particularities and relationships The future of student engagement. In a fast-developing and significantly shifting area, this book is essential reading for higher education managers and those working directly in the field of student engagement.
In a study based in the USA, Mitra (2005) reports that student-voice initiatives aimed at providing opportunities to students to share in school decision-making can range from simply allowing students to voice opinions through to full ...
Author: Tony Bush
Fully revised and thoroughly updated, this second edition of this classic book brings together many leading international authors on educational leadership, with brand new chapters from leaders in the field Ken Leithwood, Paul Begley, Allan Walker and Alma Harris. Providing an overview of essential topics within the field, this book adopts an international perspective and offers conceptual and empirical insights into: - Moral and ethical leadership - Distributed leadership - Developing leaders - Leadership for learning - Building and leading learning cultures - Managing human and financial resources - Leadership for diversity - Leadership, partnerships and community - Professionalism and professional development The book is for scholars, researchers and postgraduate students in educational leadership, management and administration, as well as for senior leaders in education and those taking professional leadership qualifications.
When students Many studies of successful student voice programs have are empowered, they use their voice to affect themselves uncovered a common misconception: that an increase in and others. Student voice is based on the following ...
Author: Patti Drapeau
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing
A practical, comprehensive guide to help educators go beyond student engagement and differentiation to achieve student empowerment. Student engagement continues to be an important goal for teachers, but it shouldn’t end there. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to teaching anymore. School districts that have begun to shift their focus from student engagement to student empowerment, and from differentiation to personalized learning, have seen a rise in test scores, motivation, attention, and self-confidence. When students have voice and choice, they gain control over their learning and their actions and feel empowered to work harder and achieve more. Through sample lessons, strategies, and applications, educators will learn how to shift from engagement to student empowerment, from differentiation to personalized learning, and practical ways to make these strategies work in the classroom. Move from engagement to student empowerment with: A comprehensive guide to engaged learning A comprehensive guide to empowerment Research-based best practices to promote empowerment Move from differentiation to personalized learning with: A comprehensive guide to refining differentiation practices A comprehensive guide to personalized learning Practical ways to use voice and choice, instructional design, and classroom climate to promote student empowerment An entire chapter dedicated to the social and emotional learning side of personalized learning Digital content includes reproducible forms and a PDF presentation for professional development.
Author: University of Michigan. School of Music, Theatre & DancePublish On: 1880
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Author: University of Michigan. School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Publisher: UM Libraries
Includes miscellaneous newsletters (Music at Michigan, Michigan Muse), bulletins, catalogs, programs, brochures, articles, calendars, histories, and posters.