Each year I had my
students write their learning goals or resolutions for the year
on the first day of school. I had them review and update them periodically throughout the school year. (Thanksgiving, 100th Day, New Year's, Valentine's Day...) I kept their resolutions
(on paper & online)
and returned them at the end of the school year.
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Help Your Child Make Resolutions that
How to Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions
At the end of each day my youngest
granddaughter and her parents tell about their favorite thing and lest favorite
part of their day. Your students can gain a lot of insight into their
learning this way and you can reflect on your facilitation of learning.
Have your students write down in a
daily learning diary about the things they did well in school that day and what
they could have improved on. Keeping such a record you can readily see
what areas that need to be attended to.