Meaningful Student Involvement Activities

These are six distinct spaces for student voice throughout education, including teaching, evaluation, advocacy, decision-making, research, and planning, all of which happen while learning!

When facilitated effectively, the following examples can move towards Meaningful Student Involvement by helping create a positive school climate, which in turn creates stronger relationships between adults and students, an increased sense of responsibility, increased interest in school and increased success for all learners.

Spaces for Student Voice
These are the spaces where student voice should be engaged throughout education.

Activities for Students as Education Planners

Activities for Students as School Researchers

Activities for Students as Classroom Teachers

Activities for Students as Learning Evaluators

Activities for Students as Systemic Decision-Makers

Activities for Students as Education Advocates

Activities for Students as Learners

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