Island SchoolThere are a lot of photos to organize and sort out, but I thought I would post up a few. The trip was fantastic!
Goal Setting writing exercise
|Brainstorming: What do we know already?|
The idea of creating SMART goals will be explored in the coming days. To assist with this exercise, we will be doing some brainstorming around what is important and narrowing in on what we want. For homework, we will be looking at this planning sheet.
|This is not due until Wednesday. I would like your son or daughter to share it with you, so that you have a sense of what is important to them for this school year.|
Olympic athlete, Laura Wilkinson, talks about the importance of having goals?
Who is she?
Fourteen years later, she discusses her preparation and how goals have provided her with a sense of direction.
I have put the class names on the homework chart and will begin to record items that have and have not been completed. I post Homework on the front board and encourage students to use the agenda that they paid for.
Here is what the Homework board, in the classroom, looks like today:
|I won't post this everyday, but this gives you an idea of where reminders are posted in the classroom.|