Student Led Conferences are at 5:30 to 7 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday this last week in October, unless you have made an appointment for an individual conference.

Students should be prepared to present their portfolio and answer all questions on the Student Led Conference Goals sheet.  Please be at the SOTA Theater for your conference unless you have made other arrangements.

 

Student Led Conferences Fall 2016

 

Tuesday October 25, 2016

3:30-5:00 Individual conferences

 

                          

3:30 _________________________                                         

4:00 _________________________

4:30 _________________________

5:00 _________________________

 

 

 

5:50-7 Group conferences—students will present portfolios and goals

 

 

 

Wednesday October 26, 2016

3:30-5:00 Individual conferences

 

                                        

3:30_________________________                                          

4:00_________________________

4:30_________________________

5:00 

 

 

5:50-7 Group conferences—students will present portfolios and goals

 

  1.  

 

 

Common Core Standard

Exceeding

Meeting

Approaching

Beginning

 

PREPARATION

for Student-Led Conference

 

Speaking and Listening 1a: Come to discussions prepared, having read material under study; explicitly draw on that preparation by referring to evidence from texts to stimulate a thoughtful, well-reasoned exchange of ideas.

 

Your goal sheet is thoroughly completed, with 3 specific, measurable goals and 2 specific, manageable strategies to achieve each goal. Your portfolio is organized and relevant, with well-chosen examples from each arts and academic discipline, as well as supporting documents for post-high plans available for use in conference. You use your portfolio to refer to significant evidence of progress and implementing plans.

Your goal sheet is completed, with 3 specific goals and 2 relevant strategies to achieve each goal. Your portfolio is organized with examples from arts and academics, as well as evidence of post-high planning available for use in the conference. You use your portfolio to show specific classwork and goals/plans.

Your goal sheet is partially completed, with some goals and strategies available for use in the conference. Your goals and strategies are not all measurable and realistic. Your portfolio is minimal and/or disorganized, with few examples of classwork or post-high planning ready to use in the conference. You use your portfolio to discuss progress generally, without reference to specific evidence.

 

Your goal sheet is mostly incomplete or missing, with very few goals and strategies available for use in the conference. Your portfolio shows little effort or attention to collecting evidence of classwork and plans. You do not use your portfolio in the conference.

 

 

PARTICIPATION

in Student-Led Conference

 

Speaking and Listening 1: Initiate and participate effectively in a range of collaborative discussions

with diverse partners,

building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.

You actively lead your conference, creating a strong conversation by presenting important information and responding thoughtfully to questions.  You use specific, relevant evidence to show your growth. You ensure open communication by introducing everyone and affirming others’ perspectives. You promote constructive planning by staying on topic.

You lead your conference, engaging in conversation by presenting information with evidence and responding directly to questions. You ensure constructive, open communication by introducing everyone, staying on topic, and encouraging direct responses to the ideas of others.

You participate in the conference by offering information, though you do not support your opinion with direct evidence from your portfolio.  You limit the exchange of ideas either by allowing yourself to dominate the conversation or by choosing to stay out of the conversation for most of the conference.  You do not respond directly to others’ ideas when you do voice your opinion.

You do not participate fully in the conference by offering relevant information or evidence.  You let others do the work of discussing your progress and plans.

 

OR

 

You significantly detract from the discussion during your conference.  You do not offer your full attention to the work.