Letting students lead goal setting is one way to foster student ownership and begin to create a learner-centered environment. Research shows that students who feel ownership of their learning are more likely to persevere in the face of challenges and take steps to proactively meet their goals. When students monitor their own progress, it means that they have set a goal and know how to measure where they are in the process of achieving it.
When students track their own progress on assessments using graphic displays, the gains are even higher. Students are never too young to begin tracking!
Subjects and areas of data tracking:
Goal Setting Beginning, Middle, and End of Year
Social Studies assessments
Analyzing Strengths (Making it Happen) for Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies
Student Led Conference
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