During this time of global pandemic, the Quaglia Institute is offering presentations and publications to utilize in your virtual classrooms.
This webinar provides ten pieces of advice on how to infuse student voice into online learning, give students some control during this chaotic and seemingly uncontrollable time, and keep students meaningfully engaged, all in 30 minutes.
Hosted by Dr. Russell Quaglia and Dr. Lisa Lande
The PowerPoint used during this presentation is also available to download.
As part of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team, a group of Kentucky high school students wanted to know how their peers were navigating school at home during the COVID-19 crisis, so they polled thousands of other teens to find out.You can read the results here.
Dr. Quaglia believes that we often view student voice as important but not a priority. Listen to this session hosted on ASCD's Bam! Radio to explore why student voice may be more important than ever in these trying times.
As we prepare to welcome students back to brick and mortar classrooms, we can pool our most creative thinking, learn together, and move forward with a celebratory and strong spirit.
Article written by Dr. Lisa Lande and Dr. Russell Quaglia
Educators who are committed to amplifying student voice know that voice thrives in a classroom built upon trust, respect, and a sense of community.
Article written by Heather Esposito, Dr. Kristine Fox, and Dr. Russell Quaglia
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic it is important to recognise which aspects of teaching and learning you can control and which you cannot.
Article written by Dr. Russell Quaglia and Dr. Kristine Fox
Rather than "fix" things for students, we need to engage them in decision making. We need to learn with them what will work for them as they navigate through this transition to online learning.
Article written by Michelle Brait and Dr. Russell Quaglia
As the world continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the implications for schools and families remain front and center. During this unprecedented time, we are hopeful that parents will remember the critical importance of listening to and learning from their children.
Article written by Dr. Russell Quaglia and Dr. Lisa Lande
For most of us, teaching and learning are suddenly and profoundly different. What has not changed, however, is the very soul of who we are as educators and the importance of student voice.
An ASCD In Service article, written collectively by the staff of the Quaglia Institute and the Australian Institute for Voice and Aspirations under the guidance of Dr. Quaglia.
15 Brisbane Catholic Education Student Voice Consultants produced a video to say thank you to staff, students and parents for their innovation, resilience and support through the COVID-19 Pandemic.