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Adrienne Jimerson

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Got Goals?

Think about the previous quarter at school. What went well for you? What was difficult? Page 1 - Use the label tool (filled in style recommended) for slide 1, then take your best selfie photo. Fill in the blanks with the quarter and year. Page 2 - Use the glowpen drawing pencil or small shapes to mark the Honesty Scale with your true feelings inside one box for each row. Page 3 - Use photos photo, type label, or audios audio to share about your School Life in the boxes. Pages 4, 5, 6 - Type label your honest answers using complete sentences for these pages. Try to be specific! Page 7 - Share label mic audio how your parents and teacher can help you. What do you need from us to be your best self this quarter? Optional: When you finish, you may go back from page 2 to mic read your responses aloud using the arrow tool for us to follow along as you go. Save as a draft while you work until you complete all the pages. Then check to submit.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Social Emotional Learning, Writing
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A. Jimerson @Super2ndsMrsJ #SeesawAmbassador Modified w/permission from A. Watson, @awatsonkes I've used this activity with several of my former 2nd grade classes starting in the 2nd quarter following 1st quarter report cards. I like to repeat this each quarter until the 4th quarter progress reports. We use our Morning Meetings and Accountable Partner Talk to work on these one page at a time. With younger students in can take a few days to up to two weeks to complete this, but the conversations it opens up between students and their parents with me during conferences is well worth it. Mrs. Watson, the original creator, made these slides for her older elementary students the past few years for student-led family conferences, with excellent results and parent feedback as well.