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01/29/2021


Set Measurable and Attainable Goals

School goals should avoid aiming for things with no direction, such as sole improvement or learning more about a specific subject. Setting reachable and precise objectives will present a road to lead your children towards a steadier path to academic success. But first, you need to help them prioritize goals. The following examples are just hypothetical but will illustrate the importance of well-defined goals:
  • "My final grade in Mathematics must be a B+."
  • "In the next Science test, I have to get an A."
  • "In the following Biology quiz, my minimum grade needs to be a B-"
These examples will also motivate your children to commit and work hard towards merit and boost their self-determination. In fact, with the results of these purposes, you can help them make graphs to have a visual representation of their performance.

Rank Goals

Not all aspirations are equally important. If your children are about to fail a subject, the goal-setting process needs to prioritize the issue in questions over any other class;  especially those with good grades. Similarly, it's recommended to have at least five to ten school goals and add subgoals comprised of short-term objectives so that you can monitor their results daily or weekly.

Write down Every Goal

Write school goals on a sheet of paper and stick them on their wall, on a post-it and stick it on the computer. No matter how you do it, putting this in a visible place will help your children remember their goals and keep them from deviating.

If your child needs some direction in their learning experience, consider enrolling them in after school tutoring in Duluth to help them outperform their peers. Check out the center’s academic programs at The Tutoring Center, Duluth, to see which one could benefit your child. Request more information and book your free assessment at (678) 629-3227.

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