Engaging an authentic Student Voice in Catholic Schools
Opportunity alert! VicSRC is excited to be co-hosting a free professional learning workshop for teachers from Catholic Schools in Victoria on the topic of “Engaging an authentic Student Voice in Catholic Schools” on Friday 13th November 2015
Catholic Education Melbourne has partnered with VicSRC to increase opportunities for student leadership in Catholic schools. This workshop reflects a shared commitment to invest in young people as leaders and help drive initiatives that build an authentic student voice and roles of real value in the classroom and school. Tickets are limited so be sure to get in quick.
This workshop will provide opportunities to develop a shared understanding of the principles for student leadership and consider practical evidence based strategies to support and promote authentic student voice in your school community.
Roger Holdsworth - “student voice, participation and agency”
Senior Research Associate
Australian Youth Research Centre, University of Melbourne
Krista Seddon – “promoting student participation and leadership”
9.00 - 3.00 pm
Friday 13 November 2015
Catholic Leadership Centre
576 Victoria Parade
Who should register?
Catholic Primary and Secondary teachers and/or Student Wellbeing Leaders with an interest in active student participation and/or engaged in facilitating SRC’s
How to register
6 November 2015
Doug Sandiford, Education Officer, Wellbeing & Community Partnerships Unit Ph: 9267 0228
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