for students to set weekly goals

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Weekly Conference

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!!

Student led conferences

Pinner says ... I use this in our data binders so the kids can reflect on their learning. (could also be edited & used to send home to parents at end of week for student to communicate their learning)

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.

Goal Planning

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

A chart to organize classroom expectations. Very quick and easy way to set expectations. (Note: AIH means "Academic Intervention Hour")

Goal Setting Toolkit

Random Acts of Kindness Week...Love this chart!

Instead of I don't know...

SMART goal setting.

For students or employees who do NOTHING

this would be a neat first week activity

Personal Goals

3rd Grade Thoughts: Student Goal-Setting Sheets for Parent-Teacher Conferences

TEACHING URGENCY--STEP ONE The Answer is 12,960 Hours What is the Question? Before goal setting must come a deep understanding of why

Think Tank...on Monday put a question for the students to answer. They will then write their answer on a fish and staple it to the board. On Fridays go thru the fish and place the ones who correctly answered the questions in the fish bowl. Draw five every couple of weeks and give those students a reward. Works as a great assessment tool to see how the students are doing with various concepts! Maybe a a trivia contest in the library??

My Choices Today...note home to parents I really like this! make the student have accountability for their actions!