The Power of Elevating Student Voice

Tutu Tuesdays was meant to create a virtual room where it happens so that teachers can be seen and heard. It gives teachers a platform to elevate their voices. In turn, students can be seen and heard…or perhaps the opposite. Perhaps when teachers take the time to hear student voice, educators find their own voices. They can be seen and heard as well.

What are some ways you create opportunities to hear the voices of others?

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Check out other pieces from this Tutu Tuesdays Series:

  1. Cultivating the Student and Teacher Relationship
  2. Make Room for Student Strengths
  3. Creating a Virtual Space in Education – Why Representation Matters

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