Wednesday, March 9th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm ET
Presented by Carl Anderson & Matt Glover
When we visit schools, teachers often ask us to talk about conference record-keeping. It’s a topic we love to discuss, as taking conference notes involves much more than writing down what happens in our 1:1 conversations with children. More important, it’s the way we make meaning about what we learn about students, and set writing goals for them that will guide our future conferences. And we can also use our conference notes to assess our teaching, and uncover ways that we can improve our practice.
In this webinar, Carl and Matt will share some of the tips and strategies they give teachers to help them keep conference notes. Some of these tips and strategies include:
- The why’s of keeping conferences notes.
- What to write down, and when.
- What it means to set writing goals for students.
- How to use writing goals to give students the support they need over time.
- Types of record-keeping forms.
- How conference notes can help you assess your teaching.
- Record-keeping myths, debunked.
The webinar will take place using Zoom. We will email everyone who registers the Zoom link a few days before the webinar.
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