New paper: Putting a dent in student voices


Listening to students voices in the classroom allows teachers to gain a deeper level of insight into who their students are as learners. It is important to highlight the voices of students to learn about ways to better support their classroom experiences.

Students’ voices and experiences can reveal ways in which a teacher can better promote students’ mathematical understanding and engagement. The Kentucky Student Voice Survey is a tool that provides opportunities for students to be heard.

In this paper, three University of Louisville professors propose specific strategies for valuing student voice in the classroom that they think could be helpful for teachers.

Click here to read the paper.