Self-Improvement Goals 1. Stop procrastinating over my homework and organize my time better. 2. Begin to make new friends at school this year. 3. Read more books during my free time at home and at school. 4. Become a better potter by learning new techniques to sculpt clay. 5. Expand my vocabulary to become a better writer. 6. Become fluent at speaking Spanish. 7. Develop neater penmanship. Education and Career Goals 1. Pass all of my classes this year with a 90 and above. 2. Pass all my regents exams and FLACS exam with an 85 and above 3. Join the National Honor Society. 4. Graduate High School with an Advanced Regents Diploma and with honor cords. 5. Get a decent score on my SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) exam of a 2100. 6. Attend
I intend to reach this goal of completing classwork and homework. I will reach this goal by setting and fulfilling other smaller goals, like coming to class prepared and paying careful attention to instructions. I intend to do all the work for this class because it will be worth it when I
And over the next 18 months I hope to develop a handful of self-confidence and self-worth, through building relationship with the other student along with the professor and showing myself that I can be a worthy student even with dyslexia. I hope to overcome my fear of public speak and handing in papers. And fine tune my natural abilities such a problem solving and leadership and to learn additional strategies of coping with the pressures and stress of life. In addition, I anticipate learning to be adaptable and flexible, especially in group
I will make A’s in all my classes. 2/17/2017 I will use TCC electronic systems to help accomplish this goal. I will also have to set short and long term goals as well as practice writing essay exams. I will create study/homework blocks of time for myself and my son.
I also want to learn more about Social Studies, Math, Science, and ELA. My third and most important goal is to just have fun. I want to enjoy every minute of high school. My last goal can not be completed without doing my first two goals. Hopefully I will be able to achieve all three of my goals while in high school.
Students can also set short-term goals and long-term goals for themselves, it can be an academic, sporty, social wise. By completing their short-term goals, they can achieve the long-term goals in their
I hope to bring new perspectives to classroom discussions, while also learning from others. I will also take part in many campus activities, one being student government. Student government will allow me to get involved on campus, make a difference in the community, develop leadership skills, and enhance my college experience. I also plan on joining a sorority and participating in club sports. I am excited to graduate from high school in the spring and begin my future.
While in college my financial plan is to do my best to keep up my grades so that I will be able to receive scholarships and grants. Not being on academic probation because of my grades is goal I have set for myself. Attending class every day, because it is
SCI411 Academic and personal development Portfolio: Part 1 From not being in education for a few years, being able to recognise my own academic skills, strengths and weaknesses was quite difficult. However, over these first couple of weeks in lectures my learning strengths and weaknesses have made themselves apparent. Whilst filling out the questionnaire Skills Self-Assessment Audit (Theeducators, 2013) it took a lot of understanding of the questions to be able to answer honestly, and my lowest scores reflected this in the personal effectiveness category. Skill strengths
Throughout most everyone’s educational career, teachers and administration have harped on the fact that goals are important. However, it was not until recently that I understood how valuable goals can be in the long run. The reason that goals are important is that they can ease the mind about how much work you are actually doing. For example, when writing an essay, I take it goal by goal; first I write an outline, then I go paragraph by paragraph until it is finished. This makes the workload far less strenuous and make you more willing to jump through the hoops to get it done.
From time to time, refer to your plan to remind yourself of your aims and to fire your motivation. Written goals will make you feel more serious about and connected to your aims and it will also free you from having to work out every day what your goals are. This will save you time which you can then use on fulfilling your self-improvement
Notably, the most important step one can take in achieving good grades at the end of the school year is preparation. Planning ahead sets one up for future success. Most students that do well in school have busy lives, so one cannot just fully rely on memory to get everything done. I personally like to use an online planner where I write down all of my tasks and due dates to assure everything gets done on time. Some people prefer going old-school and use a physical planner, but an online one allows you to set reminders so that you need to worry even less about forgetting something.