Centering Student Voices to Build Community and Agency | Facing History & Ourselves
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Centering Student Voices to Build Community and Agency

Explore approaches to centering student voice, building authentic relationships and cultivating community with Molly Josephs, the creator of This Teenage Life, a youth-driven, story-sharing podcast that started as a school club.

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Facing History & Ourselves and educator Molly Josephs, the creator of This Teenage Life, a youth-driven, story-sharing podcast that started as a school club, explores approaches to centering student voice, building authentic relationships and cultivating community. This webinar is for those educators seeking creative new ways to build classroom communities where students know that they belong and their voices matter.

We are grateful to The Hammer Family for supporting the development of our on-demand learning and teaching resources.

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