Student Voice: Acknowledging the Power of Students' Stories
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In this this session, participants will learn about the value of student voice and how it can impact creativity, self-advocacy, and ultimately the college admissions process. By acknowledging the power of students' stories, schools can gain a deeper understanding of each applicant's unique experiences, perspectives, and contributions. Through interactive discussions and activities, attendees will discover effective strategies for helping students develop their writing skills and find their unique voices to enhance their college admission and scholarship application essays.
Overall, this session will provide valuable insights and practical tools for educators and administrators who are committed to promoting student voice and empowering students to succeed.
Educators, Counselors, and Advisors who support Literacy components of College and Career Readiness
English Language Arts/Reading
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