ESRC Network Project: Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning

The ESRC Network Project: Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning was based at Cambridge University. It had a variety of aims, among which was seeking to integrate a theory of teaching, learning and attainment with a theory of student voice and participation in school change. More Info More info about this organization is not available at this time. Please share info […]

Student-Created Courses

When students design courses they might experience Meaningful Student Involvement. Teachers train students to research, plan, design and evaluate regular courses throughout schools, and students create, lead, or join student/adult partnerships to sustain student-created courses. Examples Action through PICI Oak Park River Forest High School in Chicago You Might Like… Students as Teachers Understanding Schools

Student Action Committees

Student action committees: Diverse student groups reflect the attitude and ability of students throughout the school regarding a wide-range of topics, including class offerings, school activities and teachers, adult coordinators and peer leadership. More Info Students as Advocates Student-Led Organizing  

School Design and Meaningful Student Involvement

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Best Practices Clubs

Best practices clubs: Students learn the basics of schools and school improvement and devise classroom evaluations reflecting their concerns, ideas, thoughts and considerations. Then, they voluntarily attend classes during their study halls or lunch breaks. While there, the best practice club members evaluate the class and take notes. Afterwards, they offer teachers feedback on their […]