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S is for Student-Led Conferences

June 6, 2017

S is for Student-Led Conferences, for both elementary and middle school. One of my responsibilities while transitioning a junior high school to a middle school was the implementation of student-led conferences. I admit I was worried that teachers, parents, and/or students were not going to be happy with this new concept, but the feedback we received from teachers, parents, and students was overwhelmingly supportive of student-led conferences.

From this we developed student-led conferences in three easy steps followed by guidelines for implementing student-led conferences at the elementary level. We also knew there was a need for some practical guidelines and advice regarding parent conferences at the elementary level. All three guides are complete, practical, and ready to go with everything you need for conferences.

 

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Student Led Conferences for Middle School: A Guide for Planning & Implementing

Student-Led Conferences for Elementary – Guide for Planning & Implementing

Elementary Parent Teacher Conference Packet – Everything You Need

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