One of Franklin Covey’s seven habits of highly effective kids (in the “Leader in Me” program), is to “begin with the end in mind.” For so many of today’s kids, goal-setting isn’t a regular thing. But it can be! And teachers can help.
Save and print our free goal-setting worksheet
At the beginning of the year, encourage your students to think about the things they want to improve or learn this year. Then help them stick with those goals by reminding them frequently what their goals are.
We like to set aside regular time for checking in on goals, adjusting them, and evaluating what steps need to be taken to meet them. Want to use our quick worksheet, too?