As promised, here is a copy of the presentation our camp provider made a few weeks ago. Please do not hesitate in contacting me with any questions.
The 3B Burritos are VERY excited to share with you their learning journeys. This is an opportunity for reflection and celebration.
For the last week, our preparation for the Student-Led Learning Reviews has been quite comprehensive, creative and demanded the students step-up and thoughtfully reflect on who they are as learners, how they have grown and what their next steps might be.
To begin our discussion, we reflected on what happened last year and what we have been doing so far this year.
The students noticed:
- the SLLR was organised by subjects
- the teachers chose the centres and the activities
- everyone had to rotate around a circuit
This year the organisation and preparation has changed as students have been given more agency and responsibility.
They will be in charge of leading the conversation about who they are as a learner and also choosing the evidence (work samples or engagements) to demonstrate this to you, their parents.
Here is a more specific description of student roles and responsibility during SLLRs.
- take responsibility for sharing their learning and progress across the transdisciplinary programme
- share information about personal, social and academic development
- discuss where they are as a learner at this time and identify their progress as a learner, strengths, and needs
- share where they are in developing the transdisciplinary skills as a lifelong learner
- share how they demonstrate the attributes of the Learner Profile and the Attitudes
- revisit the goals established during the 3-Way Conferences
Here is a video to watch which explains the purpose, structure, and roles of the parents and students at a Student Led Learning Review.