Professor of Education Alison Cook-Sather is one of the leading scholars on student voice work, particularly student voice in teacher education and professional development. She recently joined colleagues Tracie Marcella Addy, from Lafayette College, and Peter Felten, from Elon University, to write about the importance of partnering with students in planning efforts.
From the article:
"Students who feel respected and heard develop the personal agency and sense of belonging that are essential for success in college. Students learn a great deal from these partnerships, honing their communication and analytical skills, learning more deeply in their discipline, and becoming more empathetic."
Read the full article at University Business.