Relationships Bloom When Students Are Seen and Heard

By Violeta Katsikis, Scott Goldthorp, Farrah Mahan, and Michelle Smith
April 4, 2017

This article, written by educators in Cherry Hill Public Schools in New Jersey, makes a case for the importance of  student voice, and discusses how their district amplifies it. Some of these tips include starting activities like student-led town hall meetings, and establishing strong relationships through positive recognition programs. The article also shares feedback on how students feel about these changes.

This article is a useful tool for any educator looking for practical tips and suggestions on how to develop more meaningful engagement with students. Many of these tips can be implemented immediately.

Source Organization: ASCD

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