Student-Led Conferences And Feedback

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  3. Thanks for sharing these. I love all your thoughts and how you walk your students through the process. Good stuff!

  4. Thanks Pernille – your guided prompts are fantastic. We started doing student-led conferences last year. One innovation that I have really liked is having the students go through their portfolios and use post-it notes to label pieces of work which demonstrate study skills or growth. For example, one might say “this shows how I practiced”, or “this shows how I revise my writing for word choice”, or “this shows how I fix my mistakes”. I started with a student-generated list of what ‘makes a great student’. It encourages the students to think more about process and progress than product or grade, and forces them to be metacognitive about their learning.

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