Reflecting on your own work habits and progress is so much more reinforcing than achieving someone else’s arbitrary benchmark. That’s why many teachers use student data tracking worksheets in the classroom.
These goal-setting and progress-tracking worksheets keep kids in mind. When kids use tracking sheets like these to keep their goals focused and clear, they gain self-confidence, ownership, and motivation for their own learning. Have each of your students keep their tracking sheets in a binder. Make the binders a daily part of your class day. Before any kind of practice time, ask students to check where they are and talk about how their goals might affect their practice plans.
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Pro teacher tip: Use student tracking binders for parent-teacher conferences and for evidence in your own professional observations.