I'm very excited about trying to find a way to establish this sort of culture in my school, but I am aware that it will be a hard slog. I don't even have a position of influence at the minute, to try to bring about such a change. However, I am hoping that people will listen to me, and I'll certainly start to raise my voice on the issue more with 'the powers that be'.
Using student voice needs to be part of embedded practice. This idea has been echoed many times throughout the seminar, and I couldn't agree more.
It's all about starting tiny fires and hoping that they catch on...
I will try to say more on this later, but this is the main issue that has come up for me at this seminar.