Classroom learning and student involvement are connected by passion and purpose. By making student voice more substantial with the following methods, teachers can infuse meaningfulness into learning, teaching and leadership. 

Methods for Meaningful Student Involvement

This deliberate connection ties together the strategies for meaningful student involvement with the purpose of education. Using these methods for teaching and learning can all educators to thoroughly foster substantial Student/Adult Partnerships and signify the intention of adults to continue transforming learning as opportunities for learners themselves evolve.

No single classroom method, approach, style or ideology encapsulates Meaningful Student Involvement, and that’s why SoundOut promotes the broad conception. However, several different methods can be used to enhance, enrich, encourage and enliven student involvement throughout learning, teaching and leadership. When infused with Student/Adult Partnerships, these methods can add up to classrooms and schools that are more meaningful than ever before.


Methods

These are just some methods for Meaningful Student Involvement. What would you add to the list? Do you have any questions, concerns or ideas? Share them in the comments section!

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SoundOut is an international technical support project focused on student voice, student engagement and Meaningful Student Involvement. We offer workshops, tools and technical assistance to K-12 schools including teachers, administrators and students themselves. For more information visit our About Us page.

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