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Student Voice and Pedagogical Partnership Through and as Disruption, Revealing, and Challenging Inequity

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Student voice and pedagogical partnership are related concepts and approaches that have been developed in primary, secondary, and tertiary contexts. This entry offers definitions of these related approaches and a case study of one form of student voice and pedagogical partnership that bridges secondary and tertiary educational contexts in teacher education. It presents student voice and pedagogical partnership through and as disruption that can reveal and challenge inequity.

Defining Student Voice and Pedagogical Partnership

Student voice is a concept and set of approaches that gained recognition and momentum in the latter part of the twentieth century in England (Rudduck and Flutter 2000) and has since grown in other parts of the world. Developed first in the context of K-12 schools and then extended into tertiary contexts, it refers to students “having a say” in educational policy- and practice-shaping conversations, and it also signals the power and active contribution...

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Cook-Sather, A. (2021). Student Voice and Pedagogical Partnership Through and as Disruption, Revealing, and Challenging Inequity. In: Peters, M.A. (eds) Encyclopedia of Teacher Education. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-1179-6_436-1

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