Amplifying Student Voice in Three Steps

What does it mean to amplify and empower student voice? This is a question I’m pondering a lot. Student voice has always been a core component of our library program at David C. Barrow Elementary, but each year I try to push my understanding of student voice and how to give students more space to explore their interests, ideas, and passions, as well as have ownership of what happens in their learning journey. 

Here are a few ways that you might consider exploring student voice in your own library or classroom.

1: Examine decisions that need to be made in programming, lessons, or routines, and find areas where students can have leadership and ownership.

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