Case studies


In 2014, the Cognition Education Trust (CET) funded Whakatupuhia te reo, Whakatupuhia te tamaiti, a project investigating how student voice could be used to influence classroom and school wide decision making that accelerates student progress. One Hamilton and three Auckland primary schools took part in the project and their key learnings were captured as a case study.

These case studies and associated videos have been shared to capture the thinking and processes of the four project schools (all at various stages of embedding student voice) and to support other schools in their own journey.

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Video transcript


How was the student voice rubric used?

What have you learnt about the effective use of student voice to accelerate learning?