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Student Voice: Creativity and Engagement
How Educators see Students
Consumers or Creators?
Challenge Real World Problem
Developing 21 st Century Skills
Student Voice: Education in the Future
Freedom is Education Van Truong Student, Central High School Philadelphia, USA
Time to get to work Let go of what you know Challenge every student to excel Engage with real world problems Develop 21 st Century Skills Listen to the voice of students: –Freedom is Education
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