Learning Habits Reflection and Smart Goals

This day 1 and day 2 (Wednesday and Thursday), we’ll be completing a quick learning habits reflection and setting a SMART goal for the next two weeks. Remember to base both your goals on your reflections about what you are doing well, and what you could improve on. And, like always, make sure your goals are specific, measurable, realistic, attainable, and timely!

We’ll be having parent, student, teacher conferences soon, and that is always a good time to reflect on what you feel good about so far and what you want to work on.

Friday is Gandhi’s birthday, so you’ll have a day off. In addition to catching up on any missing homework, you might consider doing some reading on Gandhi. Here are some books you might want to try. I read the first one on the list; it’s by┬áSubhadra Sen Gupta, who came to our school a few times. It is a good place to start!

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