Engaging Student Voice

  Facilitated by Russ Quaglia
and Michael Corso

  From April 2, 2015

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Students’ aspirations can drive a school toward exciting new goals, but for that to happen educators must take the time to truly listen to their students. When students know they’re being heard, they develop self-worth, engage meaningfully in their own academic success, and become purposeful in their educations.

In this webinar, author Russ Quaglia will present a blueprint for enacting a successful partnership between educators and students. From asking the right questions and understand how to build from the answers you get, to engaging students in decision-making and improvement-related processes, Quaglia will share strategies grounded in his Aspirations Framework to guide students toward achieving their full potential.

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      Russell J. Quaglia
    is recognized globally as a pioneer in
      education, known for his unwavering dedication to student
      aspirations and student voice. His innovative work is evidenced
      by an extensive library of research-based publications, prominent
      international speaking appearances, and a successfully growing
      list of aspirations ventures. He is the co-author of, among
      other publications, Student Voice: The Instrument of Change.

    Corso  Dr. Michael J. Corso is the Chief Academic Officer for the Quaglia
      Institute for Student Aspirations. In his role at QISA, he combines
      research on student perceptions of schools with educational theory
      and the living, breathing practice of students, teachers and
      administrators. He has been an educator for over 25 years and has
      taught at every grade level, kindergarten through graduate school.
      He is deeply committed to the belief that students are the agents of
      their own learning. He has worked throughout his career to improve
      teaching and learning through teacher training and education.


    Corwin logo  This webinar
      is offered
      in partnership
      with Corwin.



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