Ep. 216 - Centering Student Voice
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In his first of two episodes as guest host, Candido Crespo welcomes art educator Paula Liz to discuss how we can center student voice in our classrooms. Listen as their conversation covers how we can provide opportunities for our young artists, why everyone needs to share their work, and the ways in which we can advocate for ourselves and our students. Resources and Links Find Paula Liz and Anti-Racist Art Teachers on Instagram Follow Candido on Twitter and Instagram Building Confidence with a Student-Centered Drawing Library A Powerful Painting Project that Amplifies Student Voice Black Student Truth: A Series to Share Student Voice Apply to be an AOEU Podcast Host!
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