Student Voice and Student Agency

by MGSE: Science of Learning Hub’s Lecture Series 2019

Description

In this presentation Sophie Murphy defines student voice and student agency and discusses how a strong sense of agency can support student learning.  Sophie provides practical strategies that you can use to enhance student voice and student agency in the classroom.

You can access the presentation slides here

Resources

Sophie has provided resources to help you support student voice and student agency:

 

Critique and feedback – the story of austin’s butterfly – Ron Berger

A key feature of the Visible Thinking approach is the Teacher Study Group as described in the School-Wide Culture of Thinking section. In these groups teachers reflect on student work, or documentation, generated by students when using routines or investigating an ideal.

The Jigsaw Method

About the Presenter

Sophie Murphy is currently at the University of Melbourne as a full time PhD candidate, under the supervision of Prof. John Hattie.  With over 15 years of experience as a teacher and an educational leader, Sophie works with teachers and school leaders across Australia to help schools implement and support effective classroom questioning, planning and teaching for deep level learning (SOLO Taxonomy), effective classroom discourse, collaboration and use of assessment and data.