Resources from our partnership with the FrameWorks Institute highlight the challenges and opportunities in communicating about student motivation.
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Strategies for Building Educators’ Capacity to Understand and Be Responsive to Students’ Perspectives (Part 3 of 3)
Cycles of practice and feedback, structures for personal and professional development, and support from intermediary organizations can help educators convey to students that their perspectives matter.
Approaches like participatory action research, project-based learning, civics education, and ethnic studies, as well as system-level efforts that are responsive to the local context, can support students’ perceptions of being heard.
Cues from the environment shape students’ perceptions that their voices are heard and their perspectives matter. These cues are present in what is taught, who is teaching, and how teaching and learning happens, and they connect to tangible outcomes.