Part 3 of our year-long highlight: Student, Parent, and Community Empowerment
This panel discussion highlights ESOL professionals who are passionate about creatively sharing ACCESS scores with students and families. You will hear perspectives on what students and families need from teacher, coach, and coordinator roles. Panelists who are using the Georgia Student Growth Model (GSGM) in collaboration with colleagues in the MTSS process will discuss strategies for using GSGM in these critical discussions and extending that discussion to families. Participants will leave inspired by efforts to build relationships and empower students to better understand their progress and set goals for progress. Dr. Jennifer Pendergrass will be moderating.
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