A colleague recently asked me for some good resources on teaching strategies that provide opportunities for student voice. She specifically asked about structuring "roundtable" activities at the secondary level that highlight issues of race, class, sexuality and other controversial, social justice type issues. She is interested in finding information in the area of "how to get started" and how to facilitate the difficult questions. I'm wondering if folks have resources that they can share. We often talk about things like "student voice" and democratic teaching practices but I can't easily put my hand on work that helps teachers actually structure these activities. Watcha got???