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    • In one word how would most students in your school/district describe their school experience? Students as Designers of Learning
    • #stuvoice #stuedcon #ACSA @kamithor @am_gallagher
    • Design Process
    • How might we create a similar experience for students to increase student voice as we revolutionize learning?
    • How might we create a similar experience for students to increase student voice as we revolutionize learning? How might we increase student voice in Los Altos School District?
    • Original Question Conventional Solution Innovative Solution Provocative Question
    • INSERT STUDENT VOICE VIDEO
    • “If we were doing right by our students and our future, these numbers would be the absolute opposite. Imagine what our economy would look like today if nearly eight in 10 of our high school graduates were engaged -- just as they were in elementary school?”
    • How would you describe student voice in your organization?
    • USUALLY vs. REALITY
    • How might you increase student voice in your organization?
    • Flare & Focus
    • Sharpies headlines Yes, and... no names all ideas collected repeat ideas ok notes to be shared saturate & group one idea per sticky
    • LASD P1: Student EdCon
    • Student EdCon Outcomes
    • Democratic Classroom
    • Elective Shopping
    • Project Me
    • may