What is Student Agency? Student agency refers to the level of control, autonomy, and power that a student experiences in an educational situation. Student agency can be manifested in the choice of learning environment, subject matter, approach, and/or pace. Student agency can become a schoolwide norm through Student Led Conferences.
How Do Student-Involved Conferences Though the format may vary, these conferences differ from traditional Work? conferences in that they place students at the helm of teachersupported discussions with parents about student progress and learning. They also often present opportunities for students to prepare, reflect on, and discuss evidence of their learning and growth.
Schools that implement student-led conferences report that they: Encourage students to take responsibility and ownership for their learning by involving them in the goal-setting and assessment process. Engage families in richer, more transparent conversations about How do Student Involved Conferences Fit?
Goals in ITS Growth Mindset Work Competency Work Student Centric Work
Benefits of Student-Led Conferences Students take ownership of their learning. Parents and students have open communication about school, afterschool activities and other important decisions in life. Teachers establish a stronger working relationship with parents and students. Before the Conference:
Students: Create learning goals. Collect work samples
Review their work with the teacher and learning partners. Teachers: Assist students In setting
measurable goals Assist students with pinpointing their strengths and weaknesses. Guide students in the collection of work samples Review learning goals. Explain the conference as a learning process to parents.
Set up a conferring schedule. During the Conference: Students: Share and discuss learning goals
Identify strengths and learning goals Determine next steps to improve
learning. Teachers: Act as a guide and offer positive feedback. Identify new learning goals with students and parents. Inquire about students long-term
goals. Assist students and parents in determining the next steps for learning. Loose/Tight Student Led Conferences
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What materials do you need? What support do you need?? Resources http://www.educationworld.com/a_admin/admin/admin112.shtml http://www.edutopia.org/blog/student-led-conferences-resources-ash ley-cronin
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