Setting goals for school is one of the most important steps that a student can take to make measurable progress in the classroom.
Unfortunately, many students are not encouraged to set personal goals in the classroom, and the emphasis is placed on learning content standards and studying for end of year exams.
The lack of personal goals can stunt the growth of students and prevent them from connecting with the subject matter they are learning.
Setting attainable and measurable goals that are based on behaviors rather than outcomes can be the difference between success and failure in the classroom.
This blog category is designed to give you a strong understanding of how to motivate your child, help them set goals, and create an environment that encourages your teen to grow academically.
You’ll find these articles especially useful if your teen is ambivalent towards school, they are not putting in the effort necessary to succeed, and they don’t do/turn in their homework.
If you want to jump-start the process and prefer to talk instead of read, book a call here and let’s talk about how we can motivate your teen and get them back on track.
Hi, I’m John, author of this blog, academic coach, and founder of AE Academy.
I help teens reach their academic potential by empowering them with academic fundamentals, a growth mindset, and critical thinking.
If your teen is struggling to reach their academic potential, or isn’t learning the skills they need to succeed in school, we should connect.
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