DR. CAROL TOMLINSON'S CONGRESS SPEECH 1
THE POWER OF STUDENT VOICE: A CASE FOR EFFECTIVE DIFFERENTIATION
CONGRESS | 18 APR 2019
It’s easy in conversations about teaching and learning to lose the voices of the young people we teach—and dangerous when that happens. If we cultivate the habit of studying our students as faithfully as we study the content we teach, we begin to understand them as three-dimensional human beings whose stories are key to teaching them successfully. In this session, we’ll take a look at some writing from students of varied ages to understand how they see school and what counsel they would give teachers and educational leaders about the needs they bring to school with them and the kinds of classrooms that address those needs effectively.
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