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    • Megan Arce

      Great student-friendly note for writing conferences/goals. Print on adhesive labels and stick in writer's notebook!

    • Kathy Clay

      Use a class set of labels that have a place to jot down each student’s strengths (thumbs up) and challenges (lightbulb)--have a label for each student.

    • Bridget McGivern

      2nd Grade Pad: writing conference note

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