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Promote Student Ownership of Goals and Learning with Student-led Conferences

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Overview

How would you like your students to take ownership of their goals, their paths, and their learning? You can help them to accomplish this by doing student-led conferences. While it may sound scary to turn over ownership of this important time to students the results are in - student-led conferences promote ownership and lead to deeper learning conversations. In this webinar, join Pernille Ripp as she discusses why student-led conferences are beneficial and provides suggestions and tips for how to conduct them. Forms will be shared to help students prepare for them, and various modifications to their format will be discussed.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Friday, August 2, 2013 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Counseling, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: DOL806, student conferences, student goals, Student led conferences, student ownership

Reviews (21)

Full Member
 
I am all for student led conferencing. I am a special day class teacher for middle school students. As you probably know that involves individual education goals and it is very likely that each and every students has a different set of goals. At the beginning of the year I will be reminding each student of their goals and letting them know they will be helping me conference with their parents. This will more likely keep all concerned engaged and accountable. I love working WITH my students. Academics and academic functioning naturally improves, in most cases when students are involved in the learning journey. The forms and blog offered by Pernille will be a great help in full, as a touch stone, or as a springboard. Conferencing is an important skill in the work place, as well as school, so there is no better time for students to begin than now. Thank you Simplek12 and Pernille.
Basic Member
 
I am all for student led conferencing. I am a special day class teacher for middle school students. As you probably know that involves individual education goals and it is very likely that each and every students has a different set of goals. At the beginning of the year I will be reminding each student of their goals and letting them know they will be helping me conference with their parents. This will more likely keep all concerned engaged and accountable. I love working WITH my students. Academics and academic functioning naturally improves, in most cases when students are involved in the learning journy. The forms and blog offered by Pernille will be a great help in full, as a touch stone, or as a springboard. Conferencing is an important skill in the work place, as well as school, so there is no better time for students to begin than now. Thank you Simplek12 and Pernille.
Full Member
 
Great ideas. Really like the forms, thank you!
Full Member
 
great overview. great speaker. thanks
Full Member
+2
 
Thanks!
Full Member
+5
 
There are a lot of good ideas, sometimes goals are a hard concept for students to articulate.
Full Member
 
I like the concept of student led conferences.
 
Thank you for sharing about student-led conferences. The information and advice was very helpful, and I am excited to try it out.
Full Member
+7
 
Thanks!
Full Member
 
Great information!
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