Summary: This article makes suggestions as to how teachers can encourage student voice, even when working remotely. These include connection, collaboration, checking for understanding, providing hands-on learning experiences, and maintaining a learning routine, among others.
Source: Cheryl Abla, Edutopia, December 8, 2020
Description: “We all know the disruption the pandemic has caused in education, but as a consultant who has continued meeting with clients around the world—via videoconferencing, of course—I can report a positive trend that I’ve witnessed: Teachers are finding innovative ways to incorporate student voice into lessons. Not content with direct instruction over Zoom, they are increasingly building lessons centered on the active involvement of students, and this is a trend that, in my experience, they want to build on once schools are able to operate at full capacity.”