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PRESENTERS:
       MONICA PLANTAN
     LINDSAY VALENCOURT
        SEAN SWEENEY

HTTP://ZMS-NMSA.WIKISPACES.COM
Student-led conferences
provide students with an
opportunity to talk with
significant adults about
their educational progr...
Student
         Preparation


Format
                Execution
Portfolio share/Conference


Student and Parent Stations


Cafeteria Style


Other
Invite parents


Choose artifacts


Goal Setting


Self Assessments
Clarify student
expectations

Plan for a variety of
situations


Role play and practice
Student
                  • Interpret learning
                  • Arrange portfolio
                  • Set goals
       ...
That was then . . .   This is now . . .
One month . . .   One year later . . .
Jonathan Zittrain on the Web as Random Acts of Kindness
 NMSA Wikispace
  shared documents and
  links
 Techlearning
  e-portfolios
 Dr. Helen Barrett
  digital portfolio expe...
In the 21st Century, students need to be in the center of their own
learning conversations.
Student-Led Conferences in the Digital Age
Student-Led Conferences in the Digital Age
Student-Led Conferences in the Digital Age
Student-Led Conferences in the Digital Age
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Student-Led Conferences in the Digital Age

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NMSA Conference Presentation - November, 2009 - Indianapolis, Indiana

Moving from paper portfolios to digital takes student-led conferences to a whole new level.

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Student-Led Conferences in the Digital Age

  1. 1. PRESENTERS: MONICA PLANTAN LINDSAY VALENCOURT SEAN SWEENEY HTTP://ZMS-NMSA.WIKISPACES.COM
  2. 2. Student-led conferences provide students with an opportunity to talk with significant adults about their educational progress. American Student Achievement Institute
  3. 3. Student Preparation Format Execution
  4. 4. Portfolio share/Conference Student and Parent Stations Cafeteria Style Other
  5. 5. Invite parents Choose artifacts Goal Setting Self Assessments
  6. 6. Clarify student expectations Plan for a variety of situations Role play and practice
  7. 7. Student • Interpret learning • Arrange portfolio • Set goals • Lead conference Parent Teacher • Assist with goals • Oversee portfolio • Respect/encourage • Affirm student sharing • Suggest strategies • Assist with follow- • Remain positive through
  8. 8. That was then . . . This is now . . .
  9. 9. One month . . . One year later . . .
  10. 10. Jonathan Zittrain on the Web as Random Acts of Kindness
  11. 11.  NMSA Wikispace shared documents and links  Techlearning e-portfolios  Dr. Helen Barrett digital portfolio expert  Emergingedtech.com analysis of free e-portfolio options
  12. 12. In the 21st Century, students need to be in the center of their own learning conversations.

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