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Student Voice

Author: Michael Lubelfeld
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
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This book is about incorporating student voice, student input, and student presence into leadership, decision-making and school improvement planning.


Internationalisation and the Student Voice

Author: Elspeth Jones
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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


The Student Voice 1960 1965

Author: Clayborne Carson
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Student Voice in American Education Policy

Author: Jerusha O. Conner
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The term student voice has entered the everyday lexicon of teachers, administrators, and education policy makers; however, some uncertainty still surrounds the concept. What exactly does it mean when a principal says that he supports student voice, or a superintendent claims that she values student voice? Has student voice simply become a trendy term educators like to bandy about, or does it signify something more substantive that requires ideological commitments as well as concerted actions on the parts of adults? In an effort to ensure that this growing field of practice is supported by a strong research base, this book documents some of the most innovative examples of student voice initiatives currently under way across the country. Our intention is not simply to celebrate student voice, but to analyze the challenges, limitations, and affordances of this strategy in order to inform educational reform practice, policy, research, and theory. This Yearbook marks a contribution to the literature on student voice because it expands the conversation about the purview of student voice from the most intimate inner circle of the classroom and the school to the wider surrounding bands of the district, the state, and the federal educational policy contexts, acknowledging that students are increasingly involved in advocating for legislative priorities and shaping educational policy agendas at all levels of the system. - Introduction.


Student Voice and Teacher Professional Development

Author: David Morris
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This book explores the role of students’ involvement in teacher professional development. Building upon a research study whereby pupils instruct their teachers in the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), the author argues that using student voice in this way can result in transformational learning for all those involved. The author presents the processes and experiences of pupils taking on the role of educators as well as the experiences of the teachers receiving such professional development from their students. In doing so, he promotes the innovative use of a student voice initiative to support teaching and learning, with the overarching purpose of improving and transforming teacher-pupil relationships. This book will be of interest and value to students and scholars of pupil voice, teacher professional development and transformational learning.


Student Voice

Author: Colin Baldy
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This book is written for students of singing. Whilst primarily designed for undergraduate and graduate level students, it will also be of use to mature singers and to those already in the singing profession, who simply want to keep their technique and knowledge alive. Over a successful career as a singing teacher for more than a quarter of a century, Colin Baldy has been frustrated by the lack of suitable reading materials aimed specifically at the student of the singing voice. He hopes that this book will be a useful resource, not only to students, but also to their teachers who undoubtedly receive frequent requests for such a book. The book includes a certain amount of physiology, enough but not too much, with suggested exercises and methods for developing the correct use of that physiology. It suggests a suitable repertoire to run alongside the exercises, and contains a large amount of trouble-shooting advice. The author's intention is to encourage the singing student and to assist them in avoiding common pitfalls. It is also hoped that the book may help singers to identify vocal problems which they may already have developed.


Student Voice in School Reform

Author: Dana L. Mitra
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Examines a high school that sought to increase student participation in its reform process.


Beyond student voice patterns of partnership and the demands of deep democracy

Author: Fielding, Michael
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Student Voice

Author: Russell J. Quaglia
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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: Karyn Cooper
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Student Voice: A Companion to Democracy and Its Discontents serves two primary purposes. First, as the title of the volume suggests, it serves as a companion text to Democracy and Its Discontents: Critical Literacy across Global Contexts (Sense Publishers, 2015). Second, the volume features critical dialogues between emerging and established scholars in the field of critical literacy education, broadly defined. It brings together a collection of essays that speak to the possibilities of taking a critical approach to language and literacy education. The contributing authors draw on their life stories and professional experiences to make a strong case for taking a critical approach to education. They demonstrate that the act of teaching always involves a grappling with the entanglement of social, cultural and political forces. In this sense, education is always a normative and ethical enterprise. The authors featured in this book will encourage readers to re-imagine critical education and its emancipatory potential in an age of neo-conservative and corporate assaults on education. This volume, written in a lucid and accessible manner, will appeal to a broad readership interested in education. It will be an informative and engaging text in graduate and undergraduate courses on language and literacy education, teacher education, education policy studies, and curriculum studies. In-service teachers, teacher-educators, and school administrators will also find it to be a valuable resource. Karyn Cooper is an Associate Professor and Sardar M. Anwaruddin is a PhD candidate in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto.