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    for students to set weekly goals

    Personal Goals

    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!!

    End in Mind--Hopes and Dreams

    Taking a Zero: Reinforcing student responsibility and giving them ownership in the process of improving their work habits.This idea is great for the classroom and makes students realize how important homework is. Requiring students to fill this out may encourage them to complete homework on time.

    Student goal planning sheet. Would maybe even be good as a "time-out" activity to have the student reflect.

    weekly reflections. have students fill out on Monday, put in communication folders for parents to sign

    Help Me Get To Know YOU! Worksheet...this may come in handy! Dotsnspots

    Have those older students set goals. Daily -- weekly or long range goals and develop a plan to reach them.

    Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down. Students complete the work that they can see when a flap is open. This is brilliant!

    Free & Editable Version - Getting to know your students through Facebook Emerald City: Back to School

    Student led conferences

    Great for Personal Learning Plans - Setting Student Goals: Tips and a Freebie!

    Makeup Work Form

    back to school ideas (also: "how do you like to learn?" printable student survey)

    Holds kids accountable for the standard of their work and gets them to set their own goals for improvement

    Top 10 Things To know about me - great beginning of the year activity!

    SMART goal setting.

    Great idea for tracking behavior on a weekly basis and then referring back when grading or having to contact parents.

    Teach Junkie: Think Before You Speak Printable Posters

    I have a friend or two that this applies to.