This checklist makes setting and tracking goals simple for kids! Give each student a goal sheet weekly or monthly. Have students choose 3 goals from the picture sheet, then cut and paste their goals onto their goal sheet. At the end of the week or month have students check off whether they accomplished the goal or still need to work on it. Then they will choose new goals for the next month. You could have students tape their goal sheet to their desk or keep it in a folder.
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End of the year bulletin board - What are students looking forward to for next school year?
Data wall I created and used the last couple of years to track students acuity scores. They loved moving up in their buildings and to higher towers each assessment.
Academic goal planning sheets and printables for both lower and upper elementary students.
How do you use data walls in your classroom? Here are 6 tips that encourage anonymity, collaboration, and goal setting. Data-driven teaching | Student Growth | Classroom Assessment | Unique Assessments
Students colored their own rocket to move on their interactive classroom data wall.
Data and goal tracking for kids! Create your own student journal by choosing from 20 different page and cover options. You can preview all page options before purchasing. $ #LauraCandler
6 Ways to Use Data Walls Effectively by What I Have Learned. Some great tips on how to use data walls to build students and help them meet their goals.