Misael, a 6th grader in the Newcomer cohort at Visitacion Valley Middle School in San Francisco, presents his SLC. This cohort piloted SLCs for their school, and this is the first time the students created digital portfolios and engaged in student-led conferences in their home language.
Principal Brett Kimmel of Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School (WHEELS) in New York City describes the integrated approach used at his school to ensure that all students and families participate in meaningful student-led conferences.
Want to know if SYL works? Ask your students to fill out this post-exhibition reflection and gather your own data about their growth as communicators, collaborators, and contributors. Simply make a copy and use for yourself!
Passage presentations are an opportunity for students to reflect on their learning and their readiness to move on to the next phase of their education. This video highlights passage presentations at a number of EL Education schools around the country.
Share Your Learning partnered with NWP to encourage teachers to have students write and share responses to the film American Creed with an audience beyond the classroom. Ignite a fire of civic discourse in your community!
Gabriella, a seventh-grade student at the Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School (WHEELS) in New York City discusses her academic progress with her father at her student-led family conference.
Dive deep into exhibitions, student led conferences, and presentations of learning in this free and open online course. SYL co-designed the course with our partner 2Revolutions, and it is jam packed with activities and resources to support your practice.