Rules of Engagement1. Everyone has something to offer. We need everyones input.2. Speak to each other respectfully, and hear each other out.3. Think about what other students are saying. Maybe theyvegot a point!4. No names please! Tell us what helps strengthen studentengagement and encourages everyone to listen to all studentvoices.5. Respect differences of opinions. There are no right or wronganswers. Everyone is different. Youre not clones!6. Ask each other questions - debate is healthy. Work tounderstand where others are coming from.
A - "What Can HWDSB Do About Bullying?"TAG = "bullying"B - "How Do HWDSB Policies Affect Your Experiences at School?" (electronicdevices, computer acceptable use, nutrition, AER, etc.)TAG = "nutrition"C - "How Have You Expressed Your Voice During the ARC Process (AccommodationReview Committee)?TAG = "Arc Process"D - "What Can HWDSB Do to Help You Feel Safe and Comfortable In Your School?""Do You Have a Safe Space and What Does It Look Like?"TAG = "Safe Spaces"
E – “Describe Your Ideal Learning Environment and Explain How it Would HelpYou Learn.” (classrooms, eLearning, physical/virtual) - (i.e. technology, buildings)TAG = "Learning Spaces“F - "How Can Learning be Relevant (Meaningful, Real-life) For You?"TAG = "instruction"G - "What does your school environment look like and how can it beimproved?“(garbage, recycling)TAG = "environment ”H - "What do you know about the assessment and evaluation of your learning?"What do you need to know?How can you learn that?“TAG = "assessment"