Yesterday, I got a great package in the mail. Clocking in at 374-pages, Student Voice Revolution: The Meaningful Student Involvement Handbook is filled with tools, research, examples and more resources for educators, advocates and others who want to foster student/adult partnerships throughout the education system.
Here’s my unboxing of the book. Let me know what you think?
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This video offers an introduction to the history of Youth Voice in the United States from 1664 to 1865. It explores early oppression of children and youth as well as early reliance on youth as the future. I’ve written quite a bit on this blog about this history, including posts called:
Watch the following for the beginning of this story…
I first explained the Sidewalk Story on this blog a year ago, and today I’m sharing a new video with me telling the story from my series on “Re-envisioning the Roles of Young People throughout Society.” Its an analogy for engagement and design – enjoy!
This video blog entry is an introduction to re-envisioning the roles of young people throughout society. In this post I explore how, where, why and when these roles need to change, as well providing a comprehensive vision for the change that’s coming…
Check out my video blog where I introduce adultcentrism, which I last explored here in this post on adultcentrism in schools.
This is the first post for my video blog. In this post I describe my mission “to re-envision roles for young people throughout society”, and where these broadcasts will go. Enjoy!