Habit #1: Creating Personal Mission Statements with Students

2 Points

Creating a personal mission statement with your students provides them an opportunity to define and determine their individual priorities, define a purpose and serve as the foundation for goals.


Habit #2: Developing SMART Goals for your class, with your students and personally

2 Points

In order to develop assessment capable learners, we need to explicitly teach our students the value of SMART goals and the process of developing SMART goals as individuals and as a member of a classroom or school.


1-3-6 Cooperative Learning Strategy

2 Points

A critical skill our students need to develop is the ability to listen and communicate their ideas with others.  The collaborative learning strategy 1-3-6 allows students to develop and practice these skills as they learn area specific content.


Tea Party Cooperative Learning Strategy

2 Points

Tea Party is a simple quick cooperative learning strategy that  is useful because not only does it allow for all students to get a chance and share with another student, but additionally, it allows for students to work together to come up with a solution.


Jigsaw Collaborative Learning Strategy

2 Points

A critical skill our students need to develop is the ability to listen and communicate their ideas with others.  The collaborative learning strategy Jigsaw allows students to develop and practice these skills as they learn area specific content.


Student Led Conferences

3 Points

Student led conferences are a tool for students to take ownership of their own learning and communicate their learning goals, achievements and areas of need.


Yoga in the Classroom

2 Points

Yoga is a tool that engages, refocuses and develops self awareness in our students all while having fun.