Putting Listening for Student Voices Into Practice Reflection Guide
This resource is from the Corwin companion site for Identify Safe Classrooms, Grades K–5: Places to Belong and Learn by Dorothy Steele and Becki Cohn-Vargas. This tool guides teachers to reflect on strategies for including listening activities in their lessons. It begins by asking teachers to reflect on their strategies for listening to student voices, surfacing issues that they have faced as teachers, as students, and as professionals. It then outlines considerations to help guide teachers as they plan activities that engage student voices. The guide asks teachers to reflect on which students speak up and how to provide opportunities for all students to have their voices heard.