The aim of this material is to enable students to reflect on their learning and lessons at the end of each learning cycle and provide teachers with a feedback about how much their voice has been heard in the classroom.
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Lesson Observation Protocol enables fellow teachers and other invited observers to give their colleagues quality feedback on embedding and fostering student voice in their teaching practice, based on the aims and impact indicators of the project.
The purpose of this material is to enable teachers to reflect on their pedagogical practice during each learning cycle with the help of peer observations of the lessons and given feedback about to what extent student voice is present in their classroom and what objectives have successfully been reached or are yet to be fulfilled.
The aim of this material is for teachers to plan what they would like to improve in their classroom practice regrading student voice.
The activities held on ongoing teachers training foster and support professional development of teacher’s capacity to increase student participation. Through different contents and regular consultations with students and other project stakeholders we strive to establish classroom student voice culture.
The aim of this material is to explain the importance of planning, practising and evaluating teaching and learning process according to student voice principles.
The aim of this material is to get feedback from parents about how well student voice is embedded in classroom practice in their view.
The aim of this material is for students to reflect on classroom practice regarding student voice.
The aim of this material is for teachers to reflect on classroom practice regarding how well they are implementing student voice in their pedagogy.
The aim of this model is to show how students can be engaged actively in teaching and learning process according to the student voice principles by creating more open and trustful relationships between teacher and students. When given a voice, students feel their views are valued and are much more motivated to co-construct learning experiences and assessment. In that way, students are stimulated to think about their own learning and take greater responsibility for their learning; consequently, they increasingly take ownership of their learning.
The aim of this model is to show how pupils can be engaged in planning of the teaching and learning process according to the Student Voice principles.