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Tuesday, February 26 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Pump Up the Volume: Amplify Student Voice in the Classroom

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Empowering students to take ownership of their learning begins with encouraging student voice in the classroom. There are numerous benefits to being an “active” class member, but it can be difficult for students to understand these benefits unless they have authentically experienced the value and power that comes from having a voice in and out of the classroom. Luckily, educational trends are moving towards expanding student voice, and there are various ways that teachers can encourage student ownership, but in a reflective, meaningful, and less intimidating way. Attendees will learn how to promote student voice in the classroom utilizing various digital resources including FlipGrid, PearDeck, G Suite for Education, and many more. Lets challenge our students to step up to the plate and amplify their voices to hit one out of the park. If we can help amplify their voice, opportunities for student growth - both personally and academically - are endless.

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Steve Wick

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Indian Prairie 204
I am a Science Teacher & Instructional Technology Coordinator in the Indian Prairie School District. I have taught Science & Social Studies at the middle school and high school level for more than 20 years. My focus as a learner is strongly connected to the 4Cs, Instructional Technology... Read More →
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Melissa Wilson

Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction, Neuqua Valley High School
My name is Melissa Wilson, and I am the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Neuqua Valley High School. I believe that students need to take ownership of their learning, and as teachers, we can inspire them to take risks and grow personally and academically. Incorporating... Read More →

Tuesday February 26, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm CST
Utopia B (2nd Floor)