Students working toward a growth mindset MUST set goals!
Included in this download:
SMART Goals poster (B&W)
SMART Goals poster (color)
SMART Goals Flipbook template
Goal sheet (step by step)
Reflection (with goal sheet)
Daily Journal (students reflect on their goals daily)
Students create, manage, and reflect upon their goals each week!
Goal & reflection sheet can be sent home on Friday for parents to review student’s goals & teacher’s comments. After it is
signed, students return to school! This is a great way to stay connected with parents!
Also, keep a copy for your files to monitor progress & behavior!
Suggested Use In The Classroom:
Pass out the weekly goal sheet on Monday, and have the students create their goals using the three steps.
Students keep goal sheets and tracking logs in a binder or folder at the student’s desk or a specific location in the classroom.
The students will use their goal tracking log/journal to track their progress and record any notes, ideas, challenges, etc… (Tracking log/journal can be copied on the back of the goal setting/reflection sheet, or it can be completely separate.)
On Friday, students reflect upon their week and determine if their goal was met.
The teacher takes up all papers, rates behavior, and provides comments. This will be used as feedback for parents & students.
The teacher gives the papers back to the students to take home. Students take the goal sheets to their parents.
Parents review, sign, and send the sheet back to school.
The teacher collects signed goal/reflection sheets for review.
Sheets can be filed by the teacher, or students can keep them in data binders or working folders.
Change these directions to meet the needs of your classroom! These are only suggestions on possible implementation!
Teaches life skills, builds confidence, can be used as intervention activity, promotes positive classroom environment.
Goal Setting & Reflection Sheet
by Stephanie Kirk
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License