Celebrations of Learning

Who?

7th & 8th Graders will present in November.

 

6th & 7th Graders will present in Spring.

 

Students present in front of small groups. They are expected to invite family members to watch their presentations and celebrate their year.

What?

A positive way to celebrate the many successes and failures that students have faced throughout their year.

When?

This has replaced the idea of "traditional" parent teacher conferences.

Celebration of learning Video

Outline to Follow

This is how the slide deck for your COL might be organized.

 

Student Presentation Example

Sample Outline for your Presentation. Add your own text, pictures, evidence. Make it your story! 

 

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Click Here for Student Outline

Where?

Teachers are placed in teams and assigned a classroom in order to have a comfortable place for students to present.

Why?

Celebrations of Learning presentations give students ownership over their learning. They must reflect upon both strengths and weaknesses and provide evidence of each. This provides a more authentic and reflective experience for students & parents than a traditional Parent/Teacher conference.

How?

Students are supported leading up to the celebrations. We help them organize their ideas, practice presentation skills, and offer morning sessions for whatever questions they may have or help they may need.