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Listening to student voice

Author(s): 
Mauricette Hamilton

This article explores the value of listening to and heeding student voice. By doing so, teachers learn about the life experiences of students, and about how these contribute to the more formal learning environment of the classroom. They also learn the importance of explicitly articulating and adopting a relevant learning theory that acknowledges the classroom as a learning community, and so enables learning.

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