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Cambridge Student Voice Seminars Blog

Cambridge Student Voice Seminars Blog | Student Voice | Scoop.it

The Cambridge Student Voice Seminars were held every year from 2011 – 2015 at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. Led by Professor Alison Cook-Sather with support from Professor John Gray, Julia Flutter, Professor Dana Mitra, Roger Holdsworth , Dr Bethan Morgan and other colleagues, they provided an opportunity for people from all over the world interested in student voice to meet, share their work and plan future collaborations. This blog was created to host/share seminar materials provided by Alison Cook-Sather and seminar participants. All seminar participants were invited to contribute to and collaborate on developing the blog. Bethan continues to administer the blog and update the various pages periodically with information about new publications, conferences & events and relevant announcements.

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Consulting Pupils: What's in it for Schools? - Julia Flutter, Jean Rudduck

Consulting Pupils: What's in it for Schools? - Julia Flutter, Jean Rudduck | Student Voice | Scoop.it
Consulting Pupils considers the potential benefits and implications of talking to students about teaching and learning in school, exploring its impact at different levels. Key issues included are: * the importance of engaging young learners in a focused dialogue about learning* the role of pupil consultation in helping schools to develop new directions for improvement* the wider implications of pupil consultation and participation in teaching the principles of citizenship and democracy. Through examples of pupil consultation initiatives in primary and secondary schools, the authors demonstrate how an agenda for change based on pupils' perspectives on teaching and learning can be used to improve classroom practice. Part of the What's In It For Schools series aimed at making educational policy issues relevant to practitioners, this book will be a valuable resource for practitioners, students and researchers interested in exploring pupils' perspectives on teaching and learning.
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Students as Researchers: Making a Difference | Pearsonpublishing.co.uk

Students as Researchers: Making a Difference - Free sample sheets from Pearson Publishing
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What Kids Can Do

What Kids Can Do | Student Voice | Scoop.it
What Kids Can Do combs the country for
compelling examples of young people working with adults in their schools and
communities on the real-world issues that concern them most.
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The Student Voice Collaborative

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The Student Voice Collaborative was established in 2010, with hopes of generating a wave of student-led change across NYC public high schools. SVC brings together students from across the City to effect the sorts of change they want to see in their schools and support one another along the way. While the program started as an initiative of NYC Department of Education Network 102, following a recent DOE re-organization, SVC now serves "Brooklyn North" schools (districts 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 32) as a subset of the Brooklyn North Borough Student Advisory Council (BSAC).
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Connect - supporting student participation | Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

Bi-monthly practice journal supporting active student participation in primary and secondary schools - in classrooms, in school governance, in networking etc.
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Look Who's Talking

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Look who’s talking: Eliciting the voices of children from birth to seven was an international seminar series funded by the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, that brought together researchers and practitioners who work to elicit voice with young children (birth to seven). The intention was to create a space for individuals working in this relatively underdeveloped field to work in a collaborative process, engaging with relevant theory and practice. The aims of the seminars were to move debate forwards, developing guidelines and provocations for practice, and to advance theory to understand the affordances and constraints on the implementation of Article 12 of the UNCRC with young children.
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How To Improve Your School - Jean Rudduck, Julia Flutter

How To Improve Your School - Jean Rudduck, Julia Flutter | Student Voice | Scoop.it
This fascinating book focuses on those who are most affected by changes in education policy and systems—the pupils. It draws on empirical evidence from a number of research projects and distils this into a compelling account of contemporary schooling from the pupils' perspective. Jean Rudduck calls for a shift in the way we currently view young people at school and sets out a case for radically rethinking aspects of school organization, relationships and practice. Her research confirms that we need to see pupils differently, to re-assess their capabilities and reflect on what they are capable of being and doing.
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Improving Learning through Consulting Pupils - Jean Rudduck, Donald McIntyre

Improving Learning through Consulting Pupils - Jean Rudduck, Donald McIntyre | Student Voice | Scoop.it
Pupil consultation can lead to a transformation of teacher-pupil relationships, to significant improvements in teachers' practices, and to pupils having a new sense of themselves as members of a community of learners. In England, pupil involvement is at the heart of current government education policy and is a key dimension of both citizenship education and personalised learning. Drawing on research carried out as part of the Teaching and Learning Research Programme, Improving Learning through Consulting Pupils discusses the potential of consultation as a strategy for signalling a more partnership-oriented relationship in teaching and learning. It also examines the challenges of introducing and sustaining consultative practices. Topics covered include: the centrality of consultation about teaching and learning in relation to broader school level concerns; teaching approaches that pupils believe help them to learn and those that obstruct their learning; teachers' responses to pupil consultation - what they learn from it, the changes they can make to their practice and the difficulties they can face; the things that can get in the way of pupils trusting in consultation as something that can make a positive difference. While consultation is flourishing in many primary schools, the focus here is on secondary schools where the difficulties of introducing and sustaining consultation are often more daunting but where the benefits of doing so can be substantial. This innovative book will be of interest to all those concerned with improving classroom learning.
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Up for Learning

Up for Learning | Student Voice | Scoop.it
Our mission is to shift the youth-adult relationship at the heart of education to partnership, and to increase youth agency. This ensures that all young people have opportunities, support, knowledge, and skills to pursue active roles in their learning, their lives, and their community.
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Children's Research Centre |

Children's Research Centre | | Student Voice | Scoop.it
The Children’s Research Centre draws upon a range of disciplinary perspectives and theoretical approaches to evaluate whether and how children and young people can benefit from designing, implementing and sharing findings from their own research into areas that interest them.
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Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education | Bryn Mawr College

A peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that serves as a forum for the reflective work of college faculty and students working together to explore and enact effective classroom practice.
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International Journal of Student Voice

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The International Journal of Student Voice (IJSV) is a peer-reviewed, open access e-journal publishing on the ways in which students co-lead their schools and communities by collaborating with teachers, administrators, and community stakeholders to define problems and develop potential solutions and/or take the lead on making change in their schools and communities. We define students to include a wide range of young people, from early childhood to university studies. Taking as foundational the right of students to develop their voices and leadership capabilities and take an active role in analyzing and shaping their educational experiences, the journal publishes research related to pupil/learner voice, youth-adult partnerships, child rights, youth participatory action research, students as activists and change agents, and related fields. Likewise, we acknowledge the importance of adult educational stakeholders who share this belief and work to make the development of student voice, participation, and partnership a reality.
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