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Setting Goals Project
In this goal-setting worksheet, teachers communicate with parents an effective strategy for achieving success. Teachers, parents and students work together to set personal goals and discuss how they will be accomplished.
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- Scholars with limited parental involvement at home may need additional support from the teacher to keep their goal setting on track
- The letter stresses that although the assignment isn't graded, it is important to achieve at least one goal
- The lesson offers an ongoing reflection tool to achieve goals in and outside of school
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