Goal Setting

1. Academic Goal(s):

  • Check your report card for any subject in which you feel you could make an improvement.
  • Look at the specific criteria within the subject to see if there are any particular areas that require your attention.
  • Compare your level of achievement with similar criteria in your other subjects. For example, communication is assessed in many different subjects, as is reflection, knowledge, organization, etc.
  • Do you do consistently well/satisfactory/poorly with this criterion in other subjects? Do you think it’s the subject or the skill being assessed that you need to work on?

Action Plan: 

Identified Area of Improvement Level Criteria Action Plan 
In order to improve and move to the next level I have to:
Subject:Language BCriteria:Writing  4 Use a wider range of vocabulary to improve the richness of the writing.
Subject:MathCriteria:Reflection and Evaluation  1 Improve my reflection and evaluation skills in investigations. Reflect deeply about the assessment and the areas of math that can be improved.
Further Reflection: (enter any additional comments or insights here)
Go deeply when reflecting

Outcome: (Fill in at the NEXT reporting period)

I have achieved / not achieve my goal because:
Show evidence (where possible – link to entries in your e-portfolio):

2. Personal Engagement Goal(s):

  • Check your overall effort and your report card comments.
  • See if there are any particular skills/attitudes/areas that require your attention.
  • Compare comments where improvement is needed with other subject areas.
  • Do you do consistently well/satisfactory/poorly with this aspect of your personal engagement in other subjects?

Action Plan:

Identified Area of Improvement Level Criteria Action Plan 
In order to improve and move to the next level I have to:
Subject: French  G  Try harder and practice french at home
Subject:Math  G  Do work in class and stay on task

I have achieved / not achieve my goal because:Outcome: (Fill in at the NEXT reporting period)

Show evidence (where possible – link to entries in your e-portfolio):

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