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1 The Continuous Improvement Classroom

2 Agenda Sharing: Class Meetings and/or Quality Tools
Student-Led Conference Quality Tools; Scatter Diagram

3 Sharing Share your experiences with class meeting
Share any examples of using quality tools with students

4 The Continuous Improvement Classroom
Student Led Conferences

5 The Continuous Improvement Classroom
Ground rules created by students Classroom mission statements Classroom and student measurable goals Quality tools and PDSA used regularly The Continuous Improvement Classroom Classroom data centers Classroom meetings facilitated by students Student-led conferences Student data folders

6 What’s your definition of “student-led conferences?
-What do they look like? -How are they different from previous models? -What happens during a student-led conference?

7 Key Components… Introduction/Orientation Achievement Data
Student Goals and Action Plan Student Work Debriefing

8 Video- Student-Led

9 What Are Student-Led Conferences?
Conference with parents led by the student Teacher as facilitator Students lead parents through the data folder Goals, Action Plans, Measures, Charts/Graphs Strengths and Areas for Improvement There are different formats to choose from Worksheets A, B & C provide an overview

10 Purpose Relevance- Why are we doing this?
Reflects the belief that students should be actively involved in their learning Assume responsibility for the learning process Students become more motivated, reflective and evaluative in their learning Focus on the 3 R’s Relevance- Why are we doing this? Responsibility- Ownership for learning Reporting- To parents and others

11 Benefits Student led conferences…
Motivate students to take more ownership for their work Allow students to see their progress over time Encourage students to evaluate their progress

12 Benefits Student led conferences…
Encourage students, parents and teachers to openly communicate as equal partners about student achievement Enhance students’ oral communication skills Build students’ self-confidence Build relationships

13 Parent Attendance @ Conferences
Regular Parent/ Teacher Conferences Implementation of Student-Led Conferences

14 Format Options See worksheets D & E for descriptions Individual
Simultaneous with multiple families Presentation or showcase conference Portfolio night At-home student-led conference Electronic student-led conference

15 Preparing for the Conference
Prepare student work (student data folder) Personal mission statement and goals Consider strengths Consider areas in need of improvement See worksheet F

16 Worksheet G

17 Before the Conference Begin the year with a student goal setting conference Prepare samples of students work to show evidence of growth and goal progress (student data folder) Notify parents well in advance of the conferences (Wksht. G1) (including format) Provide opportunities for students to practice and rehearse

18 Worksheet H

19 Worksheet I

20 Worksheet J

21 Introduction/Orientation
During the Conference Introduction/Orientation Introduction - Student introduces parent to teacher Orientation - Teacher explains conference procedures

22 During the Conference Achievement Data
Examining the Data - Teacher shares data that helped student and teacher identify goals

23 Student Goals and Action Plan
During the Conference Student Goals and Action Plan Examining Student Goals - Student shares goals and explains why they were selected Sharing Action Plan - Student and teacher discuss their responsibilities

24 During the Conference Student Work
Examining Student Work - Student shows work and reflections from portfolio/data folder to demonstrate his/her progress toward achieving goals

25 During the Conference Debriefing
Evaluating the Conference Process - The teacher, parent, and student discuss and comment on the conference process

26 Worksheet K

27 Student Reflection Survey
After the Conference Student Reflection Survey What did you like about the student led conference? How did you feel during the conference? What didn’t you like about the conference? If you could change the conference to make it better, what would you do? Worksheet- L

28 After the Conference Parent Questionnaire
Which conference (traditional or student led) gave you a better appreciation of… What your child was learning? What your child studied in class? Your child’s study habits such as finishing assignments and handing work in on time?

29 After the Conference Parent Questionnaire
Which conference format did you prefer? Why? What are the benefits of student led conferences? What are the disadvantages of student led conferences? What more would you like to learn in the conference?

30 Worksheet M

31 Worksheet N

32 CHALLENGES First time jitters
Uncertainty of sharing control with students (not used to it) Need to adopt a student-centered philosophy (paradigm shift) Organizing the logistics of conferences Responding to families who don’t participate

33 Video- Student-Led

34 Planning For Quality -Using the Lotus Diagram
Using the Diagram, start planning for student-led conferences at your table Discuss the key elements of the student-led conference components List steps, ideas and ways you will begin to implement each student-led conference component Worksheet 0

35 Lotus Diagram Student-Led Conferences #8 Student Data Folder
#1 Goal Setting With Students #2 Activities Before The Conference #7 Benefits Of Student-Led Conferences Student-Led Conferences #3 Activities During The Conference #6 Format & Types Of Conferences #5 Roles Of Participants #4 Activities After The Conference

36 What is your plan to implement student-led conferences?
Journal Writing… What is your plan to implement student-led conferences?

37 Quality Tools Scatter Diagram

38 Scatter Diagram WHAT is a scatter diagram?
A picture of the correlation between two factors over time. The more data - the more reliable The closer the data resembles a straight line, the higher the correlation to each other. Diagrams may be positive, negative or show no correlation.


40 Negative Correlation

41 No Correlation


43 Future Meetings *Friday, April 6th (1/2 day PM) *Workshop Evaluation
PDSA and Quality Tools *Workshop Evaluation

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