Resources

This new resource page will be updated weekly as we prepare for WGS by providing relevant content as we get closer to the event on February 21, 2019.

Research

Using Technology to Amplify Student Voice in the Classroom (blog)

Insight Into the Teenage Brain, Adriana Galvan at TEDxYouth@Caltech (video 9:42)

Russ Quaglia on Student Voice, "Students are the potential, not the problem." (video 4:30)

Books

Let Them Speak!
We say, “Student voice matters,” but are we really listening? Student voice. The phrase seems ubiquitous these days. But for all the talk about student voice at conferences and professional development meetings, the adults’ voices are still the only ones being heard in too many schools. Rebecca Coda and Rick Jetter hope to change that with Let Them Speak!  

Student Voice: From Invisible to Invaluable
The premise of this book is that student voice is often invisible and that is possibly why schools have changed little since the 19th Century. The authors wrote this book to help elevate the power and influence of student voice in the transformation and leadership of our schools. We simply cannot create the leaders of tomorrow when we do not let them lead today. This book will provide examples of excellence, stories of success, and practical tips to help you move student voice from invisible to invaluable.

2018 Resources

Speaker handouts

Additional information

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