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This is an example activity page to start setting a small, attainable goal for you. Aim for something small, that you feel you can reach in a relativity simplistic manor. Let's start small and build our way up. Think about what you need right now and set the goal around that. Eating 3 pieces of fruit per day or going for a 15 minute walk outside are small goals that we can reach. Fill in each section and we can start working towards your goal.

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from User Generated Education

Teacher Agency: Self-Directed Professional Development

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from What I Have Learned

Student Goal Setting in Elementary School

Motivate students to keep trying by setting meaningful SMART Goals. Goal setting empowers students to keep going one step at a time.

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[Back to School] UNIT

{Back to School} With Your Favorite Books! SMART Goals + Goal setting! 25+ activities, 15+ printable anchor chart posters for 25+ read alouds! This unit pairs recommended mentor texts with the essentials that need to be covered the first day. Like... classroom rules, following directions, meet the teacher (introduce yourself), high expectations/goal setting, celebrating students (get to know them), establishing classroom community, daily procedures, summer recap

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Long range classroom goals can be difficult to make. This is an example of a S.M.A.R.T goal setting chart. This can be used for more than creating behavioral or instructional goals for a classroom, but also for creating individual goals. Especially on IEP documents.
from Running Rachel

Goal Setting: Small Changes with BIG results

Long range classroom goals can be difficult to make. This is an example of a S.M.A.R.T goal setting chart. This can be used for more than creating behavioral or instructional goals for a classroom, but also for creating individual goals. Especially on IEP documents.

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