Students use Google Docs to create an illustrative table. This stand alone or extention exercise begins with student reflection and goal-setting using the popular venacular, "bucket list." This lesson assumes prior knowledge or instruction in table creation in Google Docs.
This is a handout used to practice decision-making processes. It can be utilized to help students think out any decision needing to be made (i.e. what car to buy, how to stay healthy, what to do after high school, etc.). The handout starts with a basic Pros-Cons model, then utilizes the decision-making matrix, and lastly provides a page for students to write down their short and long term goals in various areas of their life. I use this handout in a 55 minute period class; but, it could be practiced more and extended to a longer class period.
The hand-out can be used with various decision making models.
A parent of a learner describes how to best build a meaningful partnership with her and her child. She suggests regular goal setting and involving the parent in the process so that they know how they can collaborate.
Site provides resources, tools, goal planning, and personal assessments to assist with education and career planning, and to assist with personal, finance, and professional goal planning
We know how important it is to help students set academic goals so they can monitor their learning. This resource can be used for any subject area. It explains the steps for creating a SMART goal, and encourages students to self-reflect.
Links to two documents that will assist students in creating goals for their learning. These documents walk students through setting up their learning outcomes, the tools they will use and how they will show evidence of their learning.
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This reading log is meant to help students monitor their reading in class. There is a tab for each month so students can track how many books they read in the school year. Students also track the date and notes about the book they are reading.
SMART Goals lesson plan from University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.
Goal Setting is an important skill for personal and career development. This lesson will encourage students to think about their personal and professional post-secondary experiences.