My school participates in Student Led Conferences (SLCs) where students are reflecting on their own work in each class. Do to my classroom environment, I do typical Parent-Teacher Conferences, but try to include as much student input as possible to share. This is the modified version of the Great Student Rubric (GSR) that the rest of the school fills out in each subject area. When I adapted it, I wanted to students to reflect more on their behavior in class and attitude towards learning rather than reflecting on what subject areas they think they struggle in.
When I use it in my room, I make it double sided: on one side, I fill out how I believe the child is doing in class, then I meet with each student and discuss how they believe they are doing in class and have them grade themselves on the other side. Then we discuss my "scores" versus theirs and how we can make improvements, or how what they think they do well, comes across differently to me. This is not used as a grade in any way, strictly to open discussion with the child and then with their parents when we meet.
This has been uploaded as word doc, this way you can edit to your classroom's needs.
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