Join us as Dan Condon, current Associate Director of Professional Development at the nationally recognized Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center, guides us through how to foster student leadership using asset based community development.
We all know that the areas of student engagement, achievement, and school culture improve when students are given a voice. Oppressing, controlling and silencing students should be a thing of the past. Giving students voice in the classroom, a say regarding school policies, and a role in reform initiatives all make schools more democratic, less autocratic and certainly more learner centered. But, how can we make sure that we recognize the most important part of this type of transformation? In other words, what does meaningful student voice look like? Join us to find out the answers to these questions and more.
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