20+ ideas for maximizing student voice

#DitchBook Twitter chat

#DitchBook Twitter chat | Friday, April 13, 2018

20+ ideas for maximizing student voice

When students feel their voices are heard the engagement increases along with the learning of the students AND the teacher. What does it mean to encourage student voice and how do we do it? Here are lots of ideas!

All student have a voice. Some students share their voice often, some rarely, and some almost never.

We want to hear from ALL of our students. But what does encouraging student voice really mean?

How do we creatively incorporate ways for students to showcase themselves in our lessons? And how can we use student voice to measure our own effectiveness?

In a recent #Ditchbook Twitter chat moderated by David Platt, we talked all about how to maximize student voice and the participants had tons of ideas to share.

We discussed:

  • mobile devices
  • creative lesson planning
  • tools and apps
  • evaluative lesson effectiveness
  • … and more!

Check them out in the summary of this week’s chat below!

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