I originally created this chart for my 3rd grade students to use when they meet together for a peer conference. It highlights all of the parts of a personal narrative, and what "glows" or positive comments they could give their friend, as well as a "grow" and what their friend needs to work on. My
This PDF contains 5 different Glow and Grow reflection sheets. This tool helps students self evaluate their work. It also contains teacher and peer evaluating forms. Each forms leaves room for the students to give feedback fostering critical thinking and making students responsible for their own
This is a MUST have for your Parent/Teachers Conference
Simply print these out on white or colored paper and fill them out for your conferences. These help guide your conversation with parents.
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Do you ever get tired of writing the same student feedback over and over again?
Well, with this Student Teacher Writing Feedback Form you don't have to.
Save hours by simply selecting from over 35 glows (positives) and grows (things
Are you looking for a way to include student voice in your parent-teacher conferences? Do you need a fun and non-judgmental way to discuss growth and goals with your students?
This two-page reflection sheet is the perfect tool to get your students thinking about ways they have shone or things they
Use this Glow and Grow Feedback from to help students share students' strengths and goals with your students' families. You can have students fill these out or the teacher can use it as a snapshot for the parents.
*It is positive and purposeful.
*It gets them started with a few ideas to practice a
These Peer Glows and Grows were created for students to use together to discuss their writing based on standards. You can use these Peer Glows and Grows in your classroom to help teach students the standards in which they are expected to perform for Narrative, Informational, Persuasive, and Response
Wanting to have more meaningful conversations regarding feedback between your students? I was used to hearing the same things from my students when they would offer peer feedback.
Use these sentence starters to help students give kind, specific, and helpful feedback in the classroom. A great tip i
Go, Glow and Grow Foods - Sorting Activity, Worksheet and Posters. This download has posters and activities for sorting pictures of Go, Glow and Grow Foods. The sorting mats are to be used by sticking the food items unto the correct mat (if you have paper or plastic plates, you can use these instead
This is a great sheet to send home with students at progress reports or report cards. Record things they have been doing great (glows) and things that they need work work on (grows). This is a great conversation starter for Parent/Teacher Conferences.
This PDF file is a printable that documents how students shine (glow) and in what areas they need help in (growth).
Under the glow part (the sun glows), document what students strengths are and what their goal is.
Under the grow part (the plant grows), document what area(s) the student needs help i
Glow and Grow Feedback
Give constructive feedback or have your students reflect on their own work with these glow and grow pages. Give positive points you see (glow) and things they can work on (grow). Visuals are given for ELL or younger learners. This is a fast, effective, and efficient way to giv
Looking for an easy reflection for conferences or meetings? These glow & grow reflection printables will be a life saver! Write down an area for a student to improve (GROW) and an area that a student excels (GLOW). These make it easy to talk to parents/guardians about the celebrations about t
Teach your students how to give effective, powerful feedback and watch them take ownership of their learning. This download includes everything you need to teach the art of giving feedback to students in grades K-5.
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I use this document to guide my parent/teacher conferences. Students are given a "glow and grow" paper for the major areas in school. They reflect on the thing that they're most proud of (and supply an example) as well as as the thing that they feel they need to work on in each area. It's a great sp
This product allows you to provide effective and efficient feedback to students through the use of printing "Glow" and "Grow" comments on sticky notes. Provide feedback of strengths, as well as areas of improvement for students through their work. This template provides teachers an efficient way to
Students can use this resource to analyze their own work by writing about the things they did well (GLOW) and the things upon which they can improve (GROW). Students can also give each other formative feedback or the teacher can give formative feedback using this resource.
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I created these labels to give my students feedback on their work. Glow is used to tell them what they they are doing well. Grow is used to tell the students what they need to improve on! Great way to give your students feedback.
Use this resource to check in on your students half way through the year!
This survey is a great way to initiate conversations with students about their feelings and comfort levels in the classroom and at home.
It is so important that students are feeling safe and comfortable in the classroom and
This product goes with the Glows and Grows Anchor Chart with Graphics. It can literally be used in all subject areas for student and student or student and teacher conferences. Students love using these labels to stick on each other's journals and jot down little comments. Teachers can use this when
This anchor chart can literally be used in all subject areas for student and student or student and teacher conferences. It is the perfect dialogue for a classroom environment that fosters a growth mindset approach. Here's an example of how it can be used:
"You really glow when
Glow and Grow is used as a quick assessment for teachers and students. Students can see the areas they've excelled at and met expectations as well as where they can "grow" and improve and/or set new goals.
Use Glow, Glow, Grow in any subject area as well as during conferences with students! This p
Use this worksheet during writer's workshop to help students give constructive criticism.
Glowing - is a compliment
Growing - is a suggestion
Pair up students, have them read aloud their work. The first partner fills out the glowing growing feedback sheet. Repeat for partner two. Have the students
After each writing lesson, this is used for peer review and teacher grading. Children will exchange final writing with a partner and give a compliment (glow). They will also write something for the peer to work on (grow). After they peer review, the teacher will then give a glow and grow. Use alo
Have students peer assess their writing with Glow and Grow! Students write something they like about their peer's writing in the "glow" section. Students write something their peer can work on in the "grow" section.
*There are two versions- one version has sentence starters.
This sheet is great for goal setting with young students! Each "glow" is something that a child is proud of or can do well. A "grow" is an area of improvement. I have also included sample Glows and Grows that help my 2nd graders get ideas. I usually project them onto the Smartboard while they wor
This "Glow & Grow Writing Chart" is great for any type of writing instruction, series, or program. Use this chart to document student writing data- a "glow" or positive commentary, a "grow" or constructive growth goal, score, and date.
Then add to this log after each writing benchmark for s
Here's a one-page feedback sheet with room to comment on progress in each of the six traits of writing. Students reflect on a writing piece and fill out their own glows and grows. Teachers provide specific feedback on the same sheet to help students recognize their areas of strength and areas in whi
Use this editable conference sheet to highlight some areas for a student to glow and grow. Give to parents to keep at conferences. My parents have really appreciated this and it helped guide my conferences.
This organizer can be used by students to evaluate group work by peers. It can be useful for any subject area. Students are to write down positive comments under "glows" and constructive comments for improvement under "grows."
Here are 14 "glow" comments and 14 "grow" comments written in child friendly language tostick right on student writing to help students understand what they did well and what their next writing goals/steps should be. Print and add your comments to student writing in a snap!
This form is good for writing feedback and as part of writing conferences. The "glows" are things they did well and the "grows" are things they can improve on. You can attach it to the essay when they finish their draft.
Students can use this sheet during and/or after a writing unit on Realistic Fiction. They can self reflect and have peers give feedback on their glows (what the writer did well) and grows (what the writer needs to work on).
Ready to type file that is an awesome ice breaker with parents, especially around conference and report card time! Designed as a reflection tool for teachers, this report focuses on the positive attributes of students, as well as needs for the future. A wonderful alternative to standard report car
10 Week ELL Progress Checklist. An editable template to customize and send home in addition to ELLS classroom report cards! Fully editable on Word: I change the skills every 10 weeks to match what we are working on in ESL/ENL class.
Focus skills include: speaking, listening, reading, writing, char
This file contains a poster to help describe the "glow and grow" assessment strategy to your students. Students use a yellow highlighter (glow) to show on their work where they have met or exceeded expectations. They use a green highlighter to show where they need to "grow" in their work. The fil
Here is an easy-to-use form for parent-teacher conferences! Let parents know their child's strengths and areas for improvement with this "glow" and "grow" form. Just download and click to edit the PowerPoint or print and write on the form. Black line and color versions are included.