Goal Setting for Kids
Road Map into the Future | for teens; explain that the streets on the R are destinations, places he has lived or visited, schools he attended, places he has spent time at. Streets on the L are the bad and good things that have happened along the way. After road map is complete, show teen how the #trauma is just one part of his life. Good things have happened too... Instructions attached.
Pinner said: I have half of these cards up in my class and my kids love choosing their goal each day and I have noticed a huge difference in the way they are during the day. They really like reaching their goals, and it's helping teach them to manage themselves in a different way. LOVE THESE SO MUCH!!
Students write about their strengths and weaknesses as a student. Then display as a "weight lifting" bar. (rubrics and standards, as well as weight template for download on post)
Child writes on a slip of paper what they CAN do and puts in their own "I CAN!" Good with lesson on strengths and weaknesses and tied into goal setting.
Love this! I often tell kids with whom I work, "What ONE THING can you do TODAY that can get you closer to where you want to be! Love the idea of writing it down!
At the end of the day jot down three things for which you're grateful. "Drama Diet," ... Helping students to focus on the positive and improve negative attitudes