Students- led conferences were organised at Kairos International school recently. Students from classes I to VII showcased their learning before their parents at the virtual event.According to school Principal Krishana Sri, the school believes that student-led conferences promote a culture of engagement and growth.
It gives students the responsibility to play an active role in planning and presenting their learning to their parents. It even makes them take ownership of their learning and reflect on their progress.
The principal also said that the school gives tremendous value to building strong relationships with parents and families. Because of the pandemic, this year student-led conference took place virtually but the zeal with which they took part was encouraging.
Each student presented a concept of English/Math or Science virtually. The event was live-streamed enabling students and their parents to watch the same. Primary student-made presentations on English on story enacting, verb-noun sorting, syllable clapping, blending the words with phonics, writing a story map, draw a story, join two sentences using connectives, making a model, rhyming words.
In Math, they presented doubles concept with mirror activity, even and odd numbers with seed activity, greater than and less than the concept, models of 2D and 3D shapes. In Science, the students turned mini scientists.
They researched and presented on seed growth, what a plant needs to grow, a balanced diet, a model of duck habitat, sorting the objects according to materials, fabric quilt, and labeling body parts.Parents were highly appreciative and were amazed to see the confidence levels of their children at the informative event.
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