The Learning Renaissance

Establishing a Culture of Student Voice, by John McCarthy

In new and more participative learning models the student is not a passive element in the process but reflects and indeed helps self-assure and regulate the learning environment.

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The formalised process for developing such a culture is called student voice. John McCarthy gives a clear overview of the genesis and the process of developing student voice…

Source: Establishing a Culture of Student Voice | Edutopia

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