These cards scaffold students’ metacognitive thinking while reading.
Resources & Tools
Looking for resources to develop the skills and habits that support students in their learning across all subject areas? The mastery of non-cognitive student agency skills and habits has been noted as essential for students’ long-term academic and career achievement, and they can provide a means for closing the achievement gap. The resources in this database span a range of strategies and systems that help students develop these skills. Searches can be filtered according to skill area, area of impact, and type of resource.
This document provides a structure for student reflection in preparation for and during family conferences.
This document scaffolds metacognitive reflection for students about their work in completion of the Student-Led Conference portfolio.
This sample document from a math class guides students in selecting appropriate artifacts for inclusion in their Student-Led Conference portfolios.
This document reminds students of the agenda in their Student-Led Conferences.
This document invites families to write a letter that is included in the student’s portfolio.