Student Voices Issue

On-line surveys, direct interviews, and even guest posts on our teaching blogs, there are more ways to listen to our students than ever before. If we do take the time to find out what our students think about learning and teaching, what do they have to say? What lessons do they have for us as teachers? In this issue, Marisa Pavan, Theodora Papapanagiotou, and Kevin Stein ask their students to share their ideas about teaching. In doing so we hope to help start a conversation in which the authentic voice of students helps to influence what we do in our classrooms. And we invite you join in and be part of the dialogue.

Marisa PavanThe Crux of the Process
Theodora PapapanagiotouOne Student’s Voice 
Kevin Stein Coffee, a student’s voice, and inspiration

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