Contributed by: Marie Alcock, Michael Fisher, Allison Zmuda
In our current contemporary educational landscape, it has become more important than ever to invite student voice into our curriculum and instructional decisions. Their voices invite
opportunities for personalization, authenticity, buy-in, motivation, and increased performance.
In this blog post, we are continuing to discuss last month’s theme of the first Learning Tenet from The Quest for Learning: 'The learner engages with relevant, worthy inquiries and experiences that are interesting or emotionally gripping'...