Prepare for the conference and enable students to lead the discussion: Ms. Moody helps students prepare by providing them with academic and nonacademic data and reflection questions.
Goal Setting in Student Conferences
Joseph Lovett Elementary School
- 82%African American
- 0% Asian
- 94%Low Income
- 13%Diverse Learners
- 6%English Learners
How Student Conferences Work in Ms. Moody's Class
Prepare for the conference and enable students to lead the discussion: Ms. Moody uses the reflection questions to help students prepare to discuss their progress and needs.
Discuss data and reflections with students: Ms. Moody guides students through a reflection about their progress and plans for academic and non-academic growth.
Work with students to identify and articulate their strengths and needs: Ms. Moody helps students use their data and reflections to understand their academic and non-academic strengths and growth areas.
Collaboratively set learning goals with students: Ms. Moody ensures that learners set a goal that is achievable, meaningful and paced for their needs.
Collaboratively set learning goals with students: Ms. Moody helps students see the connection between their goal and their learning activities.
Support students in developing a plan to achieve goals: Ms. Moody works with students to plan activities that allow them to work at their own pace and choose how they will show mastery.
Support students in developing a plan to achieve goals: Ms. Moody helps students create a plan that includes deadlines to monitor their own progress.