From your perspective, your school is:
Your school has practiced student-powered improvement in multiple ways and places.
There is so much possibility ahead.
Your assessment results suggest that your school has practiced student-powered improvement in multiple ways and places. It’s time to pause and consider the extent to which you are attending to the guiding principles of student-powered improvement.
Read the overview of the six Guiding Principles of student-powered improvement.
Then, complete the self-guiding learning courses for two of the guiding principles:
The content of each course includes opportunities to learn, reflect, and try different strategies.
Implement some of the new strategies for the guiding principles you studied.
The Student-Powered Improvement collection of case studies can offer ideas and inspiration for getting started.
Review these case studies as a group, or “jigsaw” the case studies by dividing into three groups to read and report out on the main ideas.
Case study: Student Fellowship
Case study: Youth Participatory Research Action Committee
Case study: Design Collaborative
Case study: Design Camp
After reading the case studies, discuss:
If you have time, explore even more of the case studies in the collection.