Join David Booth as he examines and explores the power of incorporating student voice in our classroom communities. Assisting learners in developing their own authentic voice can help them to develop confidence in their own capacities, realize their own potential, maximize their abilities, and take a self-determined path of personal growth. Since student voice increases engagement and promotes a willingness to take part in classroom and whole school activities, we teachers want to find strategies to promote and value student voice in our classrooms.
Students have better opportunities to buy into their own learning if they have a voice in determining, organizing, structuring and responding to the events occurring in their classrooms. These opportunities may challenge the students' personal thinking in meaningful ways, so that they are constantly reflecting on their learning – increasing, altering, modifying, and deepening their understanding through collaborative and cooperative events.
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