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Published February 2010
Teachers discuss learning conversations and empowering students with several learning dispositions – the emergence of student voice highlights the success of these conversations.
It's pure dialogue... but it is learning focused. It's not just having a chat with the child. It's you trying to find out what makes them tick; how they see learning; how they approach their world, and how they see themselves.
Teacher, Linda Kingston
Learning conversations for strengthening key competencies
This tool focuses on how learning conversations between teachers and students, and between students and their peers, can help to strengthen key competencies.
Student voice – 'going curvy'
This tool highlights the importance of teachers taking students' contributions to decisions about teaching and learning seriously. It picks up on the idea of learning ‘going curvy’ to describe contexts that allow students to undertake what is most relevant to their learning.