Encouraging Students to Set Goals for the New Year

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The first step in student ownership of their own learning is goal setting. We can help students identify what they know, how they want to grow and commit to plans to making this happen. One way I help my students set learning goals is by having them complete the vision board template below, which is free for you to copy and assign to students. I also tie this to the “One Word Project.” You can read more about student vision boards in my book, The 30 Goals Challenge for Educators: Small Steps to Transform Your Teaching.

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Student Examples

Below is a student example and a Buncee template you can use with your students. Check out more student examples here.

Web Tools & Resources for Creating Vision  Boards and Setting Goals

Below are some other free web tools and apps I recommend.

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