Teaching and Learning Conference 2018

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Dan Sabato – Making student voice meaningful

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June 23, 2018

Workshop facilitator

Dan Sabato

Name of Workshop

Making student voice meaningful

Who is it for

Classroom teachers/Middle Leaders/Senior Leaders in Secondary but could be applicable in a Primary setting

Brief synopsis of workshop :

Do you value Student Voice in your school and does it have a meaningful impact on school development?

In this session we will explore the ways in which Student Voice can impact whole school development in a meaningful and impactful way, tackling all things Teaching and Learning, extra-curricular and well-being. The session will move beyond previous past models of student voice or the humble student council, to show how our students are able to contribute to an on-going discussion about what works in an organisation. This session is about empowering our students, and in a way, engaging them as active members of a wider community as preparation for life beyond their days at school.

What you will get out of it:

Delegates will be provided with ideas about how they can adapt existing models of Student Voice in their own organisations.

Profile of facilitator:

Daniel is an Old Boy of Leeds Grammar School, owing much of his passion for learning from his time at LGS (GSAL) having left in 2007. Now Assistant Head (Teaching and Learning) at Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls in Elstree, Hertfordshire, Daniel is responsible for the sharing of good practice at the school, with much of his work revolving around effective feedback and stretch and challenge. Daniel is also a Teacher of History and Politics. Outside of school he continues to engage in his love of rugby as a referee for Hertfordshire Society.

 

 

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