Amplifying Student Voice: The Key to Improving Wellbeing

By Ian Fagan and Julian Fagan We used to believe that the good student is the quiet and conscientious student. In a classroom of 20 students, it is not hard to see why this was once encouraged. Constant chatter is disruptive, and teachers are under pressure to run a lesson for students that are eager to learn. However, in an effort to stamp out disruptive noise, an unintended and confusing message can be sent to students about when is the right time to speak up. When students lose their voice, teachers lose an opportunity to get to know them and […]

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