Practical Instructional Strategies for Amplifying Student Voice
March 12, 2024
1 hour CTLE Credit
Facilitators: Dr. Michael Piccirillo, CASDA Executive Director and Jerome A. Steele, CASDA Assistant Director of Research and Program Development
Looking for a practical instructional strategy to give students more voice and choice in your classroom? Want to engage students to dig deeper into the content while learning valuable collaboration and communication skills? Do you have a lesson you would like to modify by adding a student voice and choice component? Socratic Seminars have been used for thousands of years, and as a strategy are applicable in your classroom today. This timely and practical workshop will provide you with a framework for applying Socratic Seminar to your content area.
Join CASDA facilitators who model how to use Socratic Seminar as an instructional strategy to engage students in classroom content. Join peers from around the region in working to modify a lesson and to collaborate on applying different approaches. Leave with a modified lesson and a framework for continuing to assess other lessons for infusing student voice and choice.