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Supporting and encouraging student voice and agency: Experiences and resources

Presenters: Robyn Madison-Harris, Tammie Causey-Konaté, & Sharon Oldham

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This webinar will explore how to build capacity amongst educators as they seek to encourage more student voice and agency in their work. Panelists will share specific strategies, resources, and tools so that schools and districts can access and use them.

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Senior Technical Assistance Consultant at American Institutes for Research (AIR) | + posts

Robyn Madison-Harris is a senior technical assistance consultant at American Institutes for Research (AIR). She supports state and local agencies in educator preparation, professional development, school approvement, and social-emotional learning. She designs and delivers technical assistance, conducts research, facilitates data-focused inquiry sessions to support school improvement and equitable access. Madison-Harris co-leads cultural and linguistic competence capacity building at AIR and engages in comprehensive action planning, resource development, and organization-wide training to support the integration of cultural and linguistic competence into all policies, practices, and projects.

Senior Technical Assistance Consultant at American Institutes for Research (AIR) | + posts

Tammie Causey-Konaté is a senior technical assistance consultant at American Institutes for Research (AIR). She leads the implementation of equity-focused initiatives for impact in areas including workforce diversification, leadership, educator effectiveness, and cultural and linguistic competence. Her areas of expertise include equity, school improvement, social and emotional learning, cultural and collective trauma, and trauma-informed educational practices. Causey-Konaté co-leads cultural and linguistic competence capacity building at AIR and engages in comprehensive action planning, resource development, and organization-wide training to support the integration of cultural and linguistic competence into all policies, practices, and projects. Previously, Causey-Konaté served as deputy director of the Southeast Comprehensive Center at AIR.

Consultant at Learning Forward | + posts

Sharon Oldham is a Learning Forward consultant with 32 years of public education experience specializing in math education and instructional coach development. She has served as a middle and high school teacher, a secondary coordinator, a director of secondary instruction, and a professional learning facilitator to guide others in the creation and delivery of standards-aligned instruction. Oldham is currently working as a Hub Improvement facilitator for Texas Network for School Improvement (TXNSI) where she coaches middle school principals and teacher teams as they implement continuous improvement processes and tools to design equitable instruction.

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