This document scaffolds and gives an example for students to write a letter to their family as an introduction to the Student-Led Conference portfolios.
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 scaffolds students’ reflection on their contributions to their community for the Student-Led Conference Portfolio.
This checklist helps students identify the specific social-emotional skills and habits that they bring to school every day.
This checklist helps students organize the contents of their Student-Led Conference portfolios and serves as an overview of the portfolio's purpose.
This document is the centerpiece of student reflection before and during Student-Led Conferences.
This Binder Checklist clearly explains to students the criteria for what makes a well-organized binder.