How to Easily Display and Track Student Goals in the Classroom
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Use these geometric learning goal slips as displays on your whiteboard.
A 19-slide editable PowerPoint template of learning goals for STEM.
Use these cute monsters learning goal slips as displays on your whiteboard.
A spelling/reading/numeracy goal tracker for your students to use in your classroom.
Eleven speaking and listening goal cards for upper primary.
Twenty-five writing goal cards for key stage 2 – upper.
Thirty-seven reading goal cards for middle elementary.
A set of posters to plan your learning intention and success criteria with your class and display it in your room.
Fourteen Patterns and Algebra Goal Labels for upper elementary.
Eight Patterns and Algebra Goal Labels for middle elementary.
Ten Patterns and Algebra Goal Labels for lower elementary.
A poster and worksheet set for Gabriele Oettingen’s WOOP (Mental Contrasting with Implementation Intentions) technique for setting and reaching goals.
Here is a list of some awesome hints and tips for setting up and monitoring student goals in the classroom.
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