Student-led conferences change the players and the dynamic of the conventional parent teacher conference. At most schools, individual parents and teachers meet twice during a school year to discuss a student's progress and brainstorm solutions to academic or behavioral issues. However, the student-led conference invites the student into the conversation and allows them to describe their academic progress and collaborate with teachers and parents to address academic, behavioral, or social challenges. The student led conference model provides students with a forum to share their work and discuss what they find most difficult and most meaningful in their educational experience.
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