2. Solo Student Goals
Make time to briefly discuss one individual goal with each student. Find time by stopping a few kids while greeting students at the beginning of class, or speak with students individually for a few moments at their desks during independent work. During parent-teacher conferences, share students’ aims and start the conversation regarding how everyone can work together to help students achieve their long-term goals. Some parents might even be surprised about what their children want to accomplish!
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