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    What can a conception of power do? Theories and images of power in student voice work

    This article brings together high school students, teachers, and researchers to think about the issue of power in student voice work. Each author uses a metaphor or a theory to explain how they think about power in schools and in student voice work. The authors, at times, have different ideas about power relations in student … Continue reading What can a conception of power do? Theories and images of power in student voice work

    “Amplifying Student Voice & Partnership” Conference from Three Perspectives: Student, Practitioner, and Academic

    In July 2016, the International Seminar: Amplifying Student Voice & Partnership debuted in Burlington Vermont, hosted by Helen Beattie and Dana Mitra. The event was hosted by Up for Learning and University of Vermont Education Department, with some support from the Fred and Paul Bay Foundation, and the Donald J. Willower Center for the Study … Continue reading “Amplifying Student Voice & Partnership” Conference from Three Perspectives: Student, Practitioner, and Academic

    Look Who’s Talking: Eliciting the Voices of Children from Birth to Seven

    Look Who’s Talking: Eliciting the Voices of Children from Birth to Seven was an international seminar series funded by the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, that brought together researchers and practitioners who work with young children (birth to seven) to give and support “voice” in respect to different aspects of their lived experience; in other … Continue reading Look Who’s Talking: Eliciting the Voices of Children from Birth to Seven