This article presents a teacher’s view of Student-Led Conferences, an idea which is growing in many cities and states across the country. The basic premise is that the student who is being talked about should be able to be there and take a positive role in the process.Source:
Sarah Tully, Education Week, March 23, 2016Description:
Instead of sitting on the sidelines during parent-teacher conferences, students increasingly are joining their parents in meetings to discuss their academic progress. These are called student-led conferences—and they are gaining in popularity nationally. To take some mystery out of how these meetings work, teacher-writer Kyle Redford recently wrote about how she conducts student-led conferences for Education Week’s Reaching All Students blog
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