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FREYA MODEL STUDENT AGENCY

FREYA MODEL STUDENT AGENCY

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FREYA MODEL STUDENT AGENCY

FREYA MODEL STUDENT AGENCY –  Unpacking Ideas About Student Agency

Included in the resource:  Freya Model Graphic organizer for agency, generic (colour and black and white) Freya Model Graphic organizer, ideas for use page

PURPOSE

  • This graphic organizer is used to help define or clarify ideas about what student agency is and is not.
  • Learning community members will need an opportunity to examine and understand ideas about the features of agency in order to help them use the Freya model.

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FREYA MODEL STUDENT AGENCY

FREYA MODEL STUDENT AGENCY –  Unpacking Ideas About Student Agency

Included in the resource:  Freya Model Graphic organizer for agency, generic (colour and black and white) Freya Model Graphic organizer, ideas for use page

PURPOSE

  • This graphic organizer is used to help define or clarify ideas about what student agency is and is not.
  • Learning community members will need an opportunity to examine and understand ideas about the features of agency in order to help them use the Freya model.

IDEAS FOR USE

  • This graphic organizer and process can be used by adults or children alike. It can be done in a staff meeting to develop a shared understanding and language of agency or with a student based learning community.
  • Individually, in pairs or as a group, reflect on your ideas, experiences and understandings about agency and sites of agency within a learning community. Use critical thinking to clarify,  analyze and collect a series of examples or non-examples of agency as a concept, experience and idea.

EXAMPLE: Examining agency in the school or in your classroom

    •  Divide the learning community into self chosen groups based on their interests, experiences or beliefs about agency.
    • Provide some definitions about agency from various sources and positions. Have the learners discuss and reflect on these ideas.
    • Working as a group have the learning community sort and group real life examples of agency in their own lives, in their current work/learning situations or in other real world situations they know/have seen/ have read about.
    • Invite the learners to justify and test ideas and sort out the non- examples, thus developing the language of agency. Learners can then record the ideas on the Freya model and use it to create a definition.