Setting Student Learning Goals by Bill Reed   As adults, it is common for us to have to set goals for our jobs and for ourselves in life. Research backs up how important setting goals is for individuals and whole… Continue Reading…


Goal Setting Through Self Reflection by Bill Reed   Right now, teaching, and basically any job in education, can seem overwhelming. There are so many things we could be doing. It is very easy to lose sight of the big… Continue Reading…

Social-Emotional Learning

Cultivating Hope in the Classroom & Beyond Written by Tiffany Creager, LSW, MSW   This past year has certainly been traumatic for some and I think it’s safe to say that it has been stressful for most. It has me… Continue Reading…

ClassroomProfessional Development

It is a fact that in the teaching profession, it remains important to learn and grow to improve your knowledge and skills. This not only makes you infinitely more employable, it also makes you better at your craft. Looking at skills you can develop to help your students succeed while improving your own teaching strategies is essential. When you look at how teachers should set goals for their continued professional development, there are a number of aspects that can be taken into account.


Goal setting helps students choose what direction they want to go and achieve what they want to do. The process of setting goals also helps them determine what they have to focus on and improve. Moreover, it motivates them to become successful not only in school, but also in life. In this article, we will provide tips on how to set goals with students.

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