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Student voice refers to the values, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, and cultural backgrounds of students.
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Blueprints - MUSE Global Schools
The MUSE School in California is challenging traditional assessment methods. Teachers at the school use student Blueprints as a guide and motivational tool for learning. Blueprints focus is not only a
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Slam Out Loud
Slam Out Loud (SOL) is a non-profit that uses the artforms of poetry, storytelling, theatre, and visual arts to help children from under-resourced communities find their voice through creative express
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Student Government Lotteries
Student Government Lotteries replace student elections, giving all students an equal chance to participate in student government and develop leadership and civic skills.
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Teach the Teacher
Written and developed by students, Teach the Teacher is a student-led professional learning program for teachers that empowers students to address issues affecting them. This program creates an inclus
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B4 (Burning Barriers, Building Bridges) Youth Theatre
B4 (Burning Barriers, Building Bridges) Youth Theatre was founded in 2010 with a mission of empowering young people to become educated citizens through the arts. B4YT helps children and young adults d
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Peer Feedback using Comparative Judgment
Our innovation focuses on the pedagogical design of peer feedback using comparative judgment. Built on 4 years of research and design of effective practices in formative assessment at the IB, the curr
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WestEd’s Formative Insights: Assessment for Learning
WestEd’s Formative Insights team leads transformative, scalable professional learning with teachers, leaders and policy makers. Rooted in current research, we enable dramatic shifts in the student rol
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Formative pedagogy
With formative pedagogy (FP) we change the way of teaching and beliefs about the role of the teacher and the student. By applying the skills that FP introduces, the student acquires important life ski
My Guide Inside: Knowing Myself & Understanding My World
The principles modelled, taught, discussed & practised-operate in all people. Global objectives include: 1. Enhancing Personal Well-being with age appropriate understanding of underlying principles. 2
Walk the talk #NoFilter
We live in a world that urgently needs to transform the educational structures, turning the students into an active part of the conversation encouraging them to question the system they live in and em
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Transfer Week
One of the problems in learning is that learners often have to wait much too long to receive feedback on a learning output. This can de-motivate and disengage. The F-E-R Familiarise, Experience, Refle
Weekly Parent and Student Surveys
Weekly surveys sent to parents and students are a powerful way for educators to learn 1) how excited (or not) parents and students are with the learning environment, 2) creative ideas for how the lear