Paper Series

This series of occasional papers is on issues relevant to the purpose of the Research Initiative. While scholarly in nature, the papers published in this series are pragmatic in purpose: they are to serve practice and policy of school education and the professional and public discourse thereof.

Paper #1

Providing for Student Voice: What? Why? How?

This paper contributes to the larger topic of student well-being by focusing on student voice. The paper engages with three core questions around student voice: What do we mean by “student voice”? Why should we provide for student voice? How do we provide for student voice? To respond to the three questions, the paper draws on research literature from three fields of study: child well-being, children’s participation in decision-making in organizations, and child-centred research methods.

Author: Thomas Falkenberg

Paper #2

Framing Human Well-Beingt and Well-Becoming:
An Integrated Systems Approach

(will be posted in March 2019)

 

Author: Thomas Falkenberg

Close Menu