Today Was Very #sol16 Day 3 of 31

Today Was Very

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We have two days for parent conferences this week. Today I had 13 of my 17 students scheduled (one cancelled last night while I was sleeping, so only 12 in the end). As a result, my writing will be brief!

Today was very:

  • Inspiring- I love to hear students sharing their progress with their parents
  • Busy- everybody had lots to say
  • Informative- I heard about plans for moves, next schools, requests for next year, and more
  • Insightful- I love to watch the interactions when students are with their parents
  • Interesting- I am always learning more about my students
  • Humbling- watching so many students switch back and forth between their languages always reminds me of how much juggling they do
  • Helpful- I could see which parents wanted more support
  • Rewarding- they have come so far!
  • Sad- it brought home that my time with this group is short- I love these kids
  • Exhausting- it was a long day!
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5 thoughts on “Today Was Very #sol16 Day 3 of 31

  1. Katie

    I love how you captured the story of your day in this list. It shows how we have so many fluctuations over the course of even one day. ; )

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  2. hollymueller

    I like the idea of sentence starters for a Slice! Conference days ARE exhausting! You made the best of it, though, by looking at all the positives that come from seeing kids with their families. Well done!

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  3. Michelle Haseltine

    So many wonderful things to celebrate about conferences! I’d love to know more about your school. Do the students speak multiple languages? What’s it like? (Maybe a new slice?) So glad you showed up on such a busy & exhausting day!

    Reply

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