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Steph Sukow


United States

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Amplifying and celebrating student and educator voices are essential to the overall success of an organization and each student who belongs to that organization. In recent years, this aspect of education is becoming increasingly difficult. During the COVID-19 pandemic, it became clear that access to resources limited the representations and recognition of diverse perspectives within the field of education. This challenge highlights the need to create inclusive environments where all voices are valued and celebrated. Many educational organizations struggle to provide platforms and resources for students and teachers to share perspectives and experiences. A lack of access to technology, time, and space limits diverse learning environments. Many educational institutions struggle to provide platforms for students and educators from diverse backgrounds to share their perspectives and experiences. This lack of representation can lead to a homogenized view of education and diminish the richness of learning environments. As AI and other emerging technologies become more pervasive in our practices, implicit biases and limited access are diminishing the voices of some stakeholders, especially historically marginalized groups. I aim to address this challenge moving forward, creating opportunities for students and educators to share their stories, insights, and perspectives. We must foster a culture of inclusivity in which all people feel a sense of belonging. Policies and practices must be implemented to promote equity and diversity in decision-making processes. Educational technology has the potential to help share the stories of our students and educators, empowering everyone to thrive. Addressing this challenge will provide further opportunities to amplify diverse voices today and for years to come.

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