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  • Elizabeth Hinson

    Great blog with lots of classroom ideas. I really like this objective board.

  • IAmLoisLane

    Home school ideas

  • Connie Berding

    Objective board instead of plain learning targets

  • Jessica Katherine

    Classroom Organization: Objective Board

  • Jennifer Crutcher

    Objective Board! This is a fun way to show the students, and faculty, the daily objective. At the end of the day we could ask it and see if we covered the required material to sufficiently say yes! I believe this helps with students goals. They can see what they are expected to accomplish that day.

  • Sharayia Monet

    posting learning goals (I like this objective board- Ms. Copeland)

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I like this a lot because (1) you can align them to standards and (2) they are big enough to see from the whole room, and (3) you can file them for the next year by standard!

Objective board - I like the vocabulary clipboards....

OBJECTIVES BOARD: I write the objectives in kid friendly language, draw a simple, circular web on the board and box or underline important concepts and words. Its clear and easy and everyone knows what we are doing! ...So simple.(just type subjects in a cool font and back with colored paper.. Its a keeper!

Great way to display objectives/learning targets! Does nor take up a lot of space!

I did this, sort of! I called it "Top Ten things you will learn ____ Quarter"....and it was far less colorful, but I got a TON of compliments from students, teachers, parents, administration....and it served as a visual reminder for me, which was mostly the point anyhow. :)

I would love to use this in my classroom so the children can see what they are supposed to be learning. How do you use learning targets in class?