Student voice is a foundational and often missing element in school crisis recovery & renewal work. As school leaders, it is imperative to listen and learn from and with young people to gain a deeper understanding of how adults and systems can create the cultures and conditions that center recovery & renewal.
The work doesn’t just stop at the response: Holding listening sessions with students who experienced crisis or harm years after, or tapping into the wisdom of your alumni is a great way to hold a brave space to identify what is working and conversely what is not.
Join SCRR and Youth Move National for a two hour interactive workshop either this September 26th, 2023!
Together, we explore how to hold your own listening sessions with your students and/or alumni to tap into the reflective wisdom of community members years after a crisis to glean insight into what could have helped and what may have further harmed so that we can be voice and data driven to inform our current crisis readiness and response work.
Curious about what these listening sessions could look like? Check out a write up of the listening sessions Youth MOVE held with SCRR in 2021: What Helps & What Harms Students’ Crises Recovery? Young Adult Reflective Listening Sessions