I loved the relaxed atmosphere around the room because there wasn't a set time the students needed to be there.
I loved watching the students take ownership of their learning as they explained their strengths and weaknesses.
I loved listening to the conversations between parent and student as parents asked thoughtful questions, making their child think.
I loved the explanations the students gave in response to those questions.
I loved when the students helped their parents understand the areas they are struggling with.
I loved the plans they started to create to turn those struggles into strengths.
I loved all the hard work we did with our data binders as it gave their work meaning.
I loved being able to be there for the students if they needed my guidance.
I loved how poised and versed the students were with their learning.
I loved when the students went off the agenda and just shared everything they were proud of.
I loved everything about them.
But most importantly, I loved just sitting back and witnessing the interaction between parent and child.