Do you know that kids who receive feedback will grow more than if you just put a grade on their paper? Here is a packet to help you along that road!
Note to teacher:
Page 3 are slips that show something the student was strong in and something that they need help in. In the help section, I always try to add a tip of something they can do at home to help the student grow!
The map on pages 5 and 6 are visuals that you can give a student to help them understand how close they are to their goal on a timeline as well as the steps in creating a good goal and plan.
Pages 7 and 8 give a detailed look into the goal setting steps. Students write down their goal and their plan. Then during check in times, teachers should show them how to reflect on where they are on their goal. I always tell them to be honest with themselves. How do they feel about their progress? Do they see something working? Do they see something not working? Write these on the spaces at the bottom of the page. These are also great to have for parent teacher conferences or data binders.
Pages 9 and 10 are reward certificates you print for your kids once they reach their goal! If you want more check out this product in my store.
Pages 11-14 are data recording sheets for you! I use these sheets as a check in sheet. I will put a check and maybe a small note (if it’ll fit) about what we spoke about. You can also record data of other sorts on these sheets as well.
There are two colored pirate themed posters that help explain the ways to make a good goal and a create a goal at a glance poster to help those who are struggling. (Note that these goals are for older kids!)
The last 4 pages are for kids! There are recording sheets and desk memos! The recording sheets are simple. Students record their grades, their fluency levels, or anything data that is in percentages. The desk memos can be laminated, and then written on using a Sharpie marker. Stick on student’s desk as a reminder for them to work towards their goal everyday! Once student has reached their goal, erase the sharpie mark by using nail polish remover or sometimes hand sanitizer will work just as well!