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How to Set Family Goals and Reap the Rewards

By Beverly K. Bachel, author of What Do You Really Want? How to Set a Goal and Go for It! A Guide for Teens “Laugh more.” “Travel to Japan.” “Go green.” These are just three of the family goals that … Continue reading

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Summer SMART Goals for Teachers

By Andrew Hawk SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound. This describes the type of goals many teachers make at the beginning of a school year. These goals are tracked throughout the year, and the success … Continue reading

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First Semester Goals Check-In: Assess the Effectiveness of Your Classroom Procedures

By Andrew Hawk For most schools in the United States, winter break marks the halfway point of the school year. This is a good time for teachers to step back and examine the success of their classrooms. My school system … Continue reading

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Endings and Beginnings: Setting Goals for Summer Success

By Beverly K. Bachel, author of What Do You Really Want? How to Set a Goal and Go for It! A Guide for Teens At the beginning of the school year, we encourage kids to set goals. But by now, … Continue reading

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Helping Students Set SMART Goals for Financial Literacy

By Eric Braun and Sandy Donovan, coauthors of The Survival Guide for Money Smarts: Earn, Save, Spend, Give It’s not too early to start planning financial-themed classroom activities for April, which is Financial Literacy Month. Luckily, thinking about money—how to … Continue reading

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