Importance of Student Voices in the Classroom

Understand the importance of student voices in the classroom. This Mind/Shift article highlights the research behind the benefits of including the students in the learning process and outlines ways educators can increase engagement in their classrooms and argues that by giving students voice and agency, educators can support diverse learning styles in their classroom

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