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The change in student voice and teacher practice

University of Waikato

A study by the University of Waikato AtoL Project looks at the way student voice appears to affect teachers’ thinking and enables them to inquire into their practice.

The use of student voice is an important part of the AtoL programme. AtoL Facilitators observe classes during which they also ask students, informally, specific questions about their learning- such as what they’re learning, why, and how their teacher helps them.

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Kimberley School

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