There are ways to engage students in decision-making including providing feedback on learning experiences, granting more choice in curriculum, making student involvement in school governance more than a symbolic gesture, including students on interview panels for teachers, and asking for suggestions on school-wide needs, problems and challenges. Source:
Roger Riddell, Education DIVE, April 3, 2017Description:
As more focus is placed on the importance of finding ways to provide more personalized learning experiences to all students, it’s worth considering that there’s perhaps no approach more personal than making students feel like a crucial part of their school. Allowing their voices to be heard, when possible, in decisions that affect them can achieve just that.Read the full article here!