Student voice’ is emerging as a current buzzword in education. It comes with lots of assumptions that all teachers are experts in capturing it and then using the data. This brings with it dangers that the process becomes counter-productive and tokenistic. In this session, we will explore why listening to students is a key part of working towards the provision of meaningful and relatable physical activity experiences and how, if used correctly, this can become a powerful source of information for teachers to more effectively work towards your curriculum goals and wider purposes.
Job Role Applicability:
- Student Voice
- Upper Elementary [Age 8 - 10]
- Middle School [Age 11 - 13]
- High School [Age 14 - 17]