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This educator-focused guide provides discussion starters that can be used to facilitate conversations regarding student work. Use these topics and conversation jump starters to help foster a dialogue focused on growth when approaching a student regarding questionable work that they may have submitted. Pair the suggestions in this document with the six steps outlined in Approaching a student regarding questionable work to facilitate the most effective conference outcomes.Download this file to display and/or print the handouts in a .pdf format.
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Educator guide to support student-educator conferences regarding student work.
Educator guide to support educators when approaching students regarding questionable work.