Lifting Up Student Voice: Tips for collecting & reflecting on student feedback
As many schools are grappling with the continued challenges presented by COVID-19, it is crucial to solicit timely, actionable feedback from students.
Engaging in informal, semi-structured conversations with students enables educators to learn more about the successes and opportunities that contribute to positive learning environments at school, whether in-person, remote, or any combination of the two. Consider the tips presented in the following blog post to guide planning, facilitation, and reflection when collecting students’ feedback on their experiences.
This Challenge will advance positive youth development, encourage youth civic engagement, and strengthen young people’s career skills by activating youth-led efforts to promote racial equity and address systemic racism. The Power of Youth Challenge provides young people (ages 13-19) across the U.S. with the opportunity to identify a need in their communities related to racial healing and apply for a $250 grant to support a (COVID-safe) youth-designed and youth-led service project.
The CISELSS released a compendium of evidence-based resources to support the integration of social and emotional learning in school systems last year. This webinar will build from that compendium, with panelists Eric Moore, Dr. Rose Prejean-Harris, and our own Dr. Angela Ward, sharing their insights and expertise as district leaders who implement evidence-based practices and data-driven continuous improvement processes for social and emotional learning, school climate, and other whole person initiatives in their districts. The session will specifically delve into effective practices for using data to advance equitable outcomes.
Leading Through Crisis (4/21): Being an education leader is stressful, overwhelming, and challenging—but leading through a global pandemic and national unrest can be downright paralyzing. This 60-minute, free interactive webinar will provide you, and your fellow school and district leaders, with resources and strategies to ensure you and your staff feel equipped, clear, supported, and strong as leaders in the year to come.
TransformEd partners with districts to help develop a whole child strategy that ensures each student is supported by a robust set of systems and practices that foster whole child development and that drive towards equitable outcomes for all students.