Category Archives: StudentVoicePodcast

Young people share advice and their perspective on issues that matter to them.

Special! Dr. Bill Preble

This episode features Dr. Bill Preble, a longtime student voice advocate, author and more.

 

Bio

Dr. Bill Preble has worked on youth voice issues for over 30 years as a teacher, program developer, researcher, and author. He created Project S.A.M.E. a US-Soviet Youth Exchange that brought students from the US and USSR together to advocate for peace; founded Students Concerned about Bias in Society (SCABS) who fought for implementation of Title IX in Maine schools; directed the University of Maine Aspirations Project and launched 35 statewide student leadership teams to bring students’ voices to educational reform; conducted program evaluation research on the effects of the Maine Civil Rights Teams Project whose 50 student teams fought against bigotry and intolerance in Maine communities; founded the Center for School Climate and Learning and worked in hundreds of schools supporting students, teachers and administrators to bring youth voice to school reform in the US; co-authored two books, The Respectful School, and Transforming School Climate and Learning to share what I have learned.

 

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Special! Anneka Williams, Maura Riley and EJ Morgan

This episode features Anneka Williams, Maura Riley and EJ Morgan, three students from Harwood Union High School in Vermont.

 

Bio

Anneka Williams,  Maura Riley and EJ Morgan are seniors at Harwood Union High School in Vermont. The three of them are student leaders at their school and represent membership in student government, Youth and Adults Transforming Schools Together (YATST), Class Council, and community service. Anneka, EJ and Maura are interested in promoting student voice and partnership not only at their school but globally. All are interested in changing the world and helping students recognize their potential to initiate change.

 

Episode

This episode is also available on iTunes.

This episode is also available on iTunes.

Special! Dr. Marc Brasof

This special episode features Dr. Marc Brasof of Arcadia University.

 

Bio

Marc Brasof is an Assistant Professor of Education in the School of Education at Arcadia University.  Dr. Brasof serves as the Director of Secondary Social Studies and English Education.  You can read his latest book, Student Voice and School Governance: Distributing Leadership to Youth and Adults, or see other writings here.

Dr. Brasof can be reached at twitter: @brasof or by email:brasofm@arcadia.edu.

 

Episode

This special episode with Dr. Marc Brasof is available here:

This episode is also available on iTunes.

 

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