Co-designing improvement with students
Student Voice Whole School Improvement Tools – for leaders
These tools outline ways of activating student voice to accelerate improvement at a whole school level. Students have influence beyond the classroom, co-designing and planning in partnership with adults.
Student Voice Partnership Tools – for leaders
These tools outline ways of activating student voice to accelerate improvement across Partnerships of schools. Students have influence co-designing and implementing Partnership initiatives.
SA Principals, Penny Tranter and Deb O’Neill, explain how they activated student voice to drive their site learning improvement.
The Co-designing Learning Improvement Cycle; a leader’s perspective – Seaview High School
Video (8.37 mins)
The Co-designing Learning Improvement Cycle; a leader’s perspective – Gilles Street Primary School
Video (7.13 mins)
Student voice audit and action cards
This resource outlines 8 processes that support teachers and educators to:
- Audit existing strengths of student voice in learning.
- Identify areas for development.
- Bring breadth to students’ and educators’ understanding about the attributes of student voice.
The processes can be used independently of each other and in any order.
Consider sharing your process via the TfEL Facebook page at https://facebook.com/groups/tfeltalk